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Casper Coyotes will start play in the WSHL in the 2014-2015 Season

The Casper Coyotes will start play in the WSHL in the upcoming 2014-2015 Season.

The Coyotes Majority owner, Chad Parrish grew up in Minnesota and started playing Hockey at a very early age. He developed a passion for the game that has continued to this day.

Chad played in the Minnesota State High School league and numerous top programs in the Twin City area. Upon Graduation he played for Hamline University in St. Paul, MN.

Chad has coached Youth Hockey for 9 years and his teams competed at every level from House to AAA, against the top youth programs in the country. Over the years He has developed a vast network of Hockey Friends from his ability to help recruit and provide opportunity for youth hockey players.

The goal of the Coyotes is to see young hockey players move to adulthood learning the valuable lessons that sports teach. Chad looks forward to the opportunity to provide his service to the Casper Coyotes Jr. Hockey program.

The Coyotes have secured a top GM/Head coach with 20 years of Jr. Hockey experience. The Coyotes will name him after the 2013-2014 season ends.

This coach played 4 years of College hockey in the Northeast. Being from the Boston area he has a vast network of Jr and College coaches and scouts. He has been instrumental in moving players to the next level of hockey by focusing on individual development. His integrity is well known and he believes in developing the whole person not just the player.

The Coyotes are very excited to have someone so dedicated to his players. The Coyotes have a number of Tournaments and Showcases they are attending and we are looking for players to attend the following events. Please contact us at [email protected], follow us on Twitter @caspercoyotes or check us out on Facebook.

Information and registration can be found on www.caspercoyotes.com

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