Meet Our Coaches (2021-22)

U13 Coach: Jeff Wood

Jeff Wood is the head coach of the U13 Twins Black team for the 2021-22 season. He
has over 25 years of experience coaching hockey and training athletes as a
performance coach. The focus of his coaching philosophy is grounded in skill and
athletic development and helping athletes realize their potential.
Jeff and his staff of Jordan Wood, Luc Masse and Terry Patrick are excited to see the
progress of their team this season.

 

U13 Coach: Doug McKay

U15 Coach: Troy Haugen

Troy is entering his fourth season as a Twins head coach. Through his life, Troy has
spent a lot of time in hockey rinks. He was the head coach for eight seasons with his
sons’ teams and is very familiar with the Twins organization. He started playing hockey
at a young age, he was a referee and continues to be a hockey fan. Having lead people
his whole working career, he is excited to have a team

U15 Coach: Rob Wozney

Rob is entering his sixth year with the twins and first year as head coach. Rob has been
part of the coaching staff who brought home two city championships. Rob believes in
developing the players so they have an opportunity in furthering their career in hockey.
Rob is excited to have this opportunity to coach this group of players this season and
looking forward to creating a new hockey family.

U15 Coach: Cam Deda

Cam has been coaching the Twins for the past seven seasons at the Bantam/U15 level. He finds coaching rewarding and takes pride in teaching and developing skills. He enjoys the experiences and also giving back to the sport he loves.

U18 Coaches: Jonathan & Carter Brooks

The Brooks Boys – Co-Head Coaches

 

Jonathan has now enjoyed 40 years serving as a coach within Winnipeg Minor Hockey, including 10 seasons with the Twins. He's looking forward to another year and all the highs and lows associated with it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carter has spent the past 10 seasons coaching the U-18 Twins. Somehow, he still cannot think of a better way to spend his winter evenings than with a bunch of trouble-making high school aged boys, looking to enjoy their final couple years of minor hockey. Having fun while staying active in the community are important parts to every hockey season.

U13 Female Coach: Jeremy Haggart

Jeremy is entering his 8th season coaching, the past three being with the U13 Female Twins. Jeremy has a passion for hockey, community, and developing hockey players. He started playing hockey at the age of five with the Waverley Warriors in South Winnipeg and continues to play today. Jeremy is looking forward to working with girls this year to improve the players individual and team skills throughout the upcoming season. Keeping active and having fun while getting involved in the community are all-important aspects of team building and Jeremy is looking forward to facing these challenges with the team during the upcoming season.

 

U15 Female Coach: Sean Grunewald

Sean grew up in Northern Ontario where he played hockey at the AA levels as well as high school. He attended the University of Manitoba where he earned a degree in Physical Education and Recreation Studies. While at U of M he played hockey for MMJHL Twins.

Sean has been coaching for several years including being an assistant coach for both the U13 Twins female and male teams. Sean also is a coach with the PHD Predators spring program.

U18 Female Coach: Taylor Wiebe

I’ve been coaching hockey for 15 years. Since 2010 in SWHA I have 5 first place season finishes. 4 city finals and 1 championship. My coaching philosophy is based on challenging players to make themselves and the players around them better players, teammates and people. I believe that the lessons players learn in sport will shape them in their adult lives.