SPHA U17 Prep Major

Coaching Staff

Brant Middleton - Head Coach

The 2020-21 Hockey Super League season will be Brant’s third season at the helm of the Saints Pro Hockey Academy Prep team. Looking to build off the success of his previous two seasons behind the bench, Brant is a great leader who preaches accountability and hard work which were key attributes that led to his successful playing career.

Born in Edmonton, Brant completed his minor hockey career playing for the South Side Athletic Club before spending his junior career with the Portland Winter Hawks and the Sherwood Park Crusaders. Following junior, Brant continued his playing career with the NAIT Ooks and the University of Alberta. He continued his career playing Senior AAA hockey with the Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs and the Stony Plain Eagles.

Brad Kronewitt - Assistant Coach

Brad also enters his third season of being the Assistant Coach of the Saints Pro Hockey Academy Prep team. He has been a fixture with the 2005 born athletes that make up a large core of the SPHA Prep roster as the core has been together for several years through their winter and spring seasons.

The native of Stony Plain spent time playing junior hockey in the Alberta Junior Hockey League as a member of the Grande Prairie Storm before continuing his career and education at Concordia University College in Edmonton. Following his college career Brad was a member of the Senior AAA Stony Plain Eagles hockey club where he was a member of the 1998-99 Allan Cup National Championship winning team. Brad has spent the past decade being heavily involved with coaching and development at many different levels.

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