Monday, April 22, 2013


A veteran of BCHL experience is the new Head Coach of the Coquitlam Express. Tuesday the Express announced Barry Wolff is the new bench boss.

See the full press release from the Express:

The Coquitlam Express are proud to announce Barry Wolff as the new Head Coach. Barry is the 5th coach in the history of the Express organization.

The Kelowna, B.C. native comes to the Express highly recommended from numerous members of the NCAA coaching fraternity. He has spent the last year as Head Coach & G.M. of the Fernie Ghostriders, of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League. Wolff earned KIJHL Coach of the Year honours, leading the Ghostriders to a 35-13-1-3 record and an Eddie Mountain Division Championship this past season.

Barry has 10 years of head coaching experience, 3 of which were spent with the Quesnel Millionaires from 1996 to 1998. His career highlights include a BCHL Coach of the Year Award (1998), a Fred Page Cup Championship (2005, Surrey Eagles) and international experience as a member of Team Canada West’s coaching staff (2010, World Junior ‘A’ Championships).

"I am very excited to be joining the Coquitlam Express hockey organization. The Express have a strong track record for developing great players and a winning tradition that dates back to the Royal Bank Cup Championship. I would like to thank the Express ownership group for giving me this opportunity to build on such a strong foundation in a great community!" – Barry Wolff.

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