Jersey NumberFirst NameLast NameShootsCatchesPositionHeightWeightBirthdateHometownHome Province
12LukeAndersonRF5'5"114October 19, 2009LangleyBC
11Kesler Curtis RF5'7"115July 22, 2009DeltaBC
3DylanHurrenRD5'7.5"126June 17, 2009Maple RidgeBC
9AlexanderLaingLF5'8.5"139January 16, 2009LangleyBC
91CadenLeibelLF5'5.5"116September 9, 2009SurreyBC
6CortlandLeMieuxLD5'5"139August 13, 2009Tsawwassen BC
22Brennan LovittLF5'7.5"117July 11, 2009Maple RidgeBC
8BeckettMatlockLF5'4"104August 21, 2009Maple RidgeBC
1LyndenMercierLG5'5.5"99February 26, 2009LangleyBC
89KJMerrimanLD5'3"115September 5, 2009SurreyBC
44JackMorgan LF5'6"131January 18, 2009LangleyBC
34TreycePavlicLF5'2.5"116June 22, 2009SurreyBC
7OttoPuhakkaLD5'5"119December 9, 2009BurnabyBC
13MaxumPyattRF5'6"125September 25, 2009LangleyBC
4BrysonRobertsRD5'6.5"132May 14, 2009Maple RidgeBC
19KishanSagguRF5'6"114March 14, 2009SurreyBC
10SantiagoSkinnerRD5'9"137November 25, 2009SaskatoonSK
16ChristianSumRF5'8"181July 22, 2009RichmondBC
30Matthew WongLG5'2"96January 28, 2009DeltaBC

Austin Vetterl
U15 Head Coach
Pro Shop & Equipment Manager

Austin graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2020 where he competed with the Thunderbirds for 5 seasons earning a total of 107 points in his USports career. Prior to university, Austin played in the WHL for both the Vancouver Giants and the Kootenay Ice. Austin started his coaching career in September 2020 with the Delta Hockey Academy. Austin is a NCCP High Performance 1 Certified Coach and a strength and conditioning coach.

Brent Thurston
U15 Assistant Coach & School Liaison

Brent has been playing and coaching hockey for over 30 years. He is active in the Delta hockey community as a coach and on-ice skills instructor. Brent has coached the Bantam Prep, Bantam Varsity and E15 teams at the Delta Hockey Academy. He has also worked as a skills coach at Burnsview and South Delta Secondary. Brent's career highlights include winning the Memorial Cup with the Spokane Chiefs, earning a spot on the First All-Star Team and later being drafted by the Vancouver Canucks. Brent played professional hockey in Sweden. He was the first player in the Canadian National Team program to play for Canada in both Ice Hockey and Inline Hockey, winning two gold and two silver medals. Brent helped design the National Standards Skills Testing program with Hockey Canada and has traveled throughout Canada to assist Hockey Canada and other organizations with on-ice skill evaluations and development.