Prince George, B.C. — The coaching and management team for the 2012-2013 BC Major Midget League season has been finalized with many returning faces and a few new ones as well.
As first announced back in May, Trevor Sprague is returning for his sixth season behind the bench as Head Coach. He’ll be joined once again by Assistant Bryan MacLean who is entering his second season with the team.
Also joining this year as Assistant Coaches are long-time Prince George hockey coach and Senior Regional Scout for the Victoria Royals, Brad Crossan, as well as former Prince George Spruce King Tim Sprague, Trevor’s younger brother.
Trevor Foster will also be returning as the team’s Goaltender Coach this season.
Jeff Sargeant joined the Cougars last year as the team’s play-by-play broadcaster and media relations director and this season adds another title to his portfolio taking over as team Manager.
After serving as Manager for four seasons, Andy Beesley is taking a step back but is remaining with the team as Assistant Manager.
The coaching and management team are already busy gearing up for Evaluation Camp set for August 9-12 in Prince George. Any midget aged player wanting to attend has only two days left to register with a July 31st deadline.