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Head Coaches

Coach Kyle Alexander

Southern California born hockey player who has been playing travel hockey since the squirt level with the Los Angeles Jr.Kings and LA hockey club. Has won 4 SCAHA championships and 3 CAHA championships during his youth hockey career. Following his youth hockey career he spent a season playing Jr A hockey with the Flin Flon Bombers of the SJHL, Nelson Leafs of the KIJHL, Helena Bighorns of the NORPAC, and the Sioux Lookout Flyers of the SIJHL. 

Coach Kainoa Russell
Pee Wees
Participated in highly competitive hockey since age 8, 7+ years of coaching experience in all disciplines. Level 4 coach and Vice President of the Red WIngs Hockey Club.

Coach Stevie Marino
Began playing Midget hockey for the Bay Harbor Red Wings.  Played 2 years as the Captain of his Jr. Kings Midget team.  Won championship for South High School.  Selected to play Team California for the prestigious Chicago Showcase Tournament.  Played 2 years in the juniors in the CSHL for the Peoria Mustangs and Cinncinati Steam.  Experience with the Edmonton Oilers team both on the ice and in the gym for two summers.  Played NCAA D3 in Wisconsin and Arizona State ACHA D1.

Coach Vic Venasky
Former NHL player (Los Angeles Kings, 1972 - 79)

Vic is a 7 yr. L A King veteran (72-79) and L A Kings rookie of the year (72-73). He was also the first freshman in NCAA history to win scoring championship with Denver Pioneers.  He was the athlete of the year Denver University (70-71), 2 time Memorial Cup finalist with Weyburn Redwings and Port Arthur Mars, won JR A scoring championship with Port Arthur Mars in TBJHL, and was the Thunder Bay Athlete of the Year 1971.

Vic has coached for over 30 yrs. from mites to JR. to College, he currently coaches 2 squirt teams with Bay Harbor Redwings.

Vic does private lessons, group lessons, and Hockey School/Training Camps.


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