U15 Prep Green

Jersey NumberFirst NameLast NameShootsCatchesPositionHeightWeightBirthdateHometownHome Province
3NateBarclayRD5'6"163March 6, 2008LangleyBC
13TaranBiringRF6'168June 3, 2008North DeltaBC
11AvrahamBrownRF5'8"135December 24, 2008BurnabyBC
17Nathaniel DanielsonRF5'3.5"111January 22, 2008SurreyBC
18Ryder DunnLD5'9"165March 19, 2009RichmondBC
6NateGrayLD5'8"162February 28, 2008RichmondBC
18CooperHarringtonLF5'3"110January 21, 2008MerrittBC
21NoahHoglundLF5'8"143April 11, 2008DeltaBC
12RobinJanjuaLD5'6.5"152June 12, 2008SurreyBC
29Dylan KaranLG5'8"156May 4, 2008RichmondBC
7NickolasKovich RF6'156April 29, 2008RichmondBC
27Joshua LeeRD5'5"111January 10, 2008North VancouverBC
88Lukas Lima RF5'11"188January 31, 2008Langley BC
4RyanLinRD5'9"137April 18, 2008RichmondBC
5Max Malinousky RF5'3"122August 5, 2008West VancouverBC
23Lucas MazzaRF5'10.5"141April 14, 2008SurreyBC
19MilanMrsicLF5'5.5"142February 8, 2008SurreyBC
78SuhaanNagraLF5'8"160January 27, 2008RichmondBC
81Ben SchmidtRF5'11"158January 11, 2008SurreyBC
1AshtonThorntonLG5'11.5"160February 20, 2008CloverdaleBC

Kris Beech
DHA Mental Performance Coach & Skating Coach
U15 Prep Green Head Coach

Kris was the assistant coach of the Midget Prep team in 2018/2019. Kris is the Founder of AIM Mindfulness and is a Certified Mindfulness Instructor (McLean Meditation Institute 2015). He earned a Masters of Science in Sports Management from Ulster University in 2016. Kris was selected by the Washington Capitals, 7th overall pick in the 1999 NHL entry draft. He played 7 seasons in the NHL and AHL for the Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins, Nashville Predators, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Vancouver Canucks. Kris also played 8 seasons in Europe (Sweden, Finland, Czech Rep., Germany, Austria, and N. Ireland). Prior to his career in the NHL, Kris played 4 seasons in the WHL with the Calgary Hitmen, winning the WHL Ed Chynoweth Cup with the Calgary Hitmen in 1999. Kris also won the AHL Calder Cup championship title with the Hershey Bears in 2006. In 2010, Kris won the Swedish Hockey League championship title (HV71).