St. Louis Amateur Hockey Hall of Fame

 

 

 

 

 

Bio

Scott has coached hockey in St.Louis for 25+ years.

Scott started playing youth hockey at the Cahokia Ice Rink in the late 70's and continued through late 80's. He attended CBC from 1984-1988 and finished with an undefeated Junior and Senior season including two State Championships. Scott played Junior A in Omaha and Waterloo in the USHL as well as in Indy in the NAHL. He played Division I for UIC.

Scott started coaching along with his dad in the 1992-93 season for the AAA Blues 1981 birth year. He also assisted for Eureka High School, helped with the learn to play program and other youth programs in Cahokia. He continued coaching AAA taking the 81 and then the 85 birth years from squirts to midgets. In 2001, Scott spent the next 15 years with the midget program finishing as the midget coordinator for the U15, U16 and U18 teams as well as head coaching the U18 team. Scott was on the AAA Board as the coordinator of the midget program.

Recently, Scott has helped as an assistant with the Meramec Sharks at Learn to Play, 6U,8U and squirt levels.

Throughout the years, Scott participated with USA Hockey and their Select Festivals as an assistant as well as a head coach for the Central District.

His AAA teams have participated in and won numerous leagues including The Michigan National Hockey League as well as multiple Championships of the Tier One Elite Hockey League. His teams have been State and Regional Champions numerous years and represented St.Louis in Nationals four times.

Scott has enjoyed spending the last 25+ years working with his dad coaching hundreds of players and watching them have success on and off the ice. The AAA Midget Program had numerous kids play in the National Team Developmental Program. Over the years Scott has coached 6 NHL players, 21 minor league players, 57 Division I players, 22 Division III players and many college club hockey players. As the U18 coach, Scott had players continue their careers playing Jr A in North America including 78 NAHL players and 51 USHL players.

Scott is the proud father of four incredible children (Sydney 14, Rece 12, Boston 8, Wade 6) and one fantastic wife, Nicole!

Scott feels very blessed to belong to a great hockey community in St.Louis. Above all, Scott is thankful for his mom's support while he and his dad spent 25 years coaching together.