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STAFF

Steve Robinson

Head Coach and General Manager

headcoach@deltaicehawks.com

Steve has 20 years of coaching experience at multiple levels and age groups.  As a long time Delta resident, he has coached many years for South Delta Minor Hockey.  For the past 7 years, Steve has coached for Seafair Minor Hockey in Richmond, including a 6 year run as the Midget A1 coach, and this season he is the Bantam A1 coach.  Steve has also run his own spring program, Warriors Hockey Club, for many years, including the Jr. Development team, where many current PJHL players honed their craft to make the jump to Junior hockey.  As a team builder and as players coach, Steve is a student of the game, and is constantly searching for ways to improve his craft, and develop players and teams to achieve their potential.

In 2018, Steve led Ice Hawks to the PJHL Championship title and silver in the Cyclone Taylor Cup Provincial Championship. Steve also received a prestigious PCAHA Coach of the Year Award for 2017-18 season for leading the Seafair Bantam A1 team to the Western Canadian Championship.


Eduard Epshtein, CPA, CA

President

president@deltaicehawks.com
Tel: 604-806-0104

Eduard is a financial professional with experience in senior management roles with international public companies in the natural resource sector. PJHL Executive of the Year in 2018, Eduard provides operational and management support. Eduard is passionate about the team, dedicated to its success, and is engaged with the local community. His goal is to see more kids joining hockey programs to enjoy the greatest game. In addition to his passion for baseball, hockey and the community, Eduard serves on a Fundraising Committee of KidSafe, a charity that provides vulnerable children and youth with the safety, nutrition and educational programming.


Len Cuthbert

Alternate Governor
Len is back for another season to represent the Delta Ice Hawks at the PJHL Governors meetings. He advises the team on best practices, policies, community, and governance matters. Len was awarded life member status by Seafair Minor Hockey of Richmond, BC, after serving on the board for nine years in various roles. Len spent four years on the Board of the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association and six years with BC Hockey, including two years on the Appeals Committee, two years as a District Director, and two years as Chair of various committees, including Junior Hockey, Officiating, and Major Midget (male & female). Len currently serves on the PCAHA Appeals Committee.

Matt Dawson

Assistant Coach


Cam Cuthbert 

Assistant Coach

cameroon.11@hotmail.com

Cam is coming back for another season with Ice Hawks.  Cam was a team captain during the 2016/17 season and he led the team in scoring with 59 points (15G and 44A) in 59 games. Overall, Cam played 130 games in his career as an Ice Hawk. He played his minor hockey with Seafair Minor Hockey Association, joining the Hawks as an affiliate in the 2012-13 season. During that season, Cam played with his brother Ryan, who was an Alternate Captain for the Hawks. Cam is giving back to the hockey community by officiating at above the minor hockey level and coaching for the Delta Ice Hawks, Seafair, and youth spring hockey. He also works for the City of Richmond.


Quinten Wideski

Assistant Coach

Quinten is coming back for his second season as a coach with the Ice Hawks. He was also a team captain and played 96 career games for the Ice Hawks. A Ladner native, he played his minor hockey with the South Delta Minor Hockey Association and Seafair before joining the Hawks as an affiliate in the 2012-13 season.


Angelo and Greg Maggio

 

Goalie Coaches


Stefan Pinto

Team Trainer


Percy Cheung

Operations Manager

percycheung@shaw.ca

Percy is an IT project manager that enjoys being active in the community. His community service spans from community service through the church, schools to  volunteering as a board member for a minor hockey association.

He has over 15 years of volunteering in many positions at the minor hockey level which includes team manager and Hockey Canada Safety Person.

He has over 10 years of volunteering at the Junior B level performing many administrative duties. This will be his fourth year assisting the Delta Ice Hawks as an Operations Manager.


Katie Lawrence

Director of Digital Media/Game Operations Manager

DigitalMedia@deltaicehawks.com

Katie joined the Delta Ice Hawks’ front office in 2017. A graduate of the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Journalism program, she has previously worked for the BC Lions Communications department and for the Richmond Review as a weekly columnist. She is a proud member of the South Delta community and loves supporting local hockey.


Cam Groves

Equipment Manager

A player favourite, Cam is back with the Ice Hawks for another season and he has been the team’s equipment manager since 2007. He has worked over 600 PJHL games, two Cyclone Taylor Cups (and counting), four league finals, and five all-star games.


Charlie Black

Music Director/Game Day DJ

cblackannouncer@gmail.com

Charlie Black joins the Delta Ice Hawks for his first season as the new Game Day DJ. He is a seasoned veteran of numerous gameday operations roles for everything from hockey and lacrosse to equestrian sports. Charlie is a 2011 graduate of Douglas College’s Theatre program and is very active in the various sports communities of the Lower Mainland.
He takes music requests for Ice Hawks games via Twitter at @CharlieBlackPA.


Matteo Angeles

Music Consultant

matteoangeles@gmail.com

Matteo returns to the Delta Ice Hawks for his 4th season as the team’s Music Director. He is in charge of everything you hear being played over the sound system, such as the warmup mix and all in game music.

Matteo is also in Vancouver’s thriving Film industry as a Motion Picture Video Coordinator (IATSE 669) working on Feature Films and Television such as “The Predator 2018” for 20th Century Fox. He started his career in film at the age of 15.