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2009 & 2011 Team BC Staff Announced
Thursday, May 28, 2009

BC Hockey announced today the Team BC staff that will compete at the 2009 Women’s National Under 18 Championship and the Team BC staff for the 2011 Canada Winter Games.  The 2009 Women’s National Under 18 Championship is being held in Surrey, BC from November 4-8, 2009.  The 2011 Canada Winter Games is set to take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia from February 11-27, 2011.

2009 Team BC:

Director of Operations

Cal Grunerud

(Campbell River, BC)

Head Coach

Pat Thibeault

(Vancouver, BC)

Assistant Coach

Terri Pliger

(Prince George, BC)

Assistant Coach

Jeff Oldenborger

(Vancouver, BC)


Kyla Knox

(Penticton, BC)

2011 Team BC:

Director of Operations

Bruce Tuck

(Victoria, BC)

Head Coach

Greg Hermiston

(Kamloops, BC)

Team BC (2011) that will compete in Halifax at the Canada Winter Games is on a three (3) year planning cycle involving the Sport and Recreation division of the Provincial Government.  Selecting the Director of Operation and Head Coach three (3) years in advance is required under the plan.  BC Hockey will be accepting applications for other Team BC staff next season.

Team BC competes annually at the Women’s National Under 18 Championship and once every four (4) years the team has the opportunity to compete at the Canada Winter Games.  The athletes selected to Team BC will have gone through the BC Hockey Female High Performance Program.

BC Hockey’s Female High Performance Program was established to identify and train athletes and team personnel for possible participation at Provincial, National and International events.  The Female Under 18 Program is the first identification stage for female players in BC. 

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