TeAM & PLAYER INFO
Terry Ruskowski – Promoted to Head Coach Houston Aeros of the IHL (now AHL), today is Head Coach, Quad City Mallards (CHL).
Moe Mantha – Promoted to Baltimore Bandits/Cincinnati Mighty Ducks (AHL), today owner and Head Coach of Michigan Warriors (NAHL).
Brian McCutcheon – Promoted to Rochester Americans (AHL), later Associate Head Coach Buffalo Sabres (NHL). Today is coaching in Italy.
Don Granato – Later promoted to Head Coach Wooster Ice Cats (AHL), Assistant Coach St. Louis Blues (NHL) and today is the Head Coach of the USA 17 & under national team.
All-Time Chill Team:
Goaltender – Jeff Salajko
Forward – Derek Clancey, Jason “Smurf” Christie, Rob Schriner
Defenseman – Lance Brady, Barry Dreger
Enforcer – Phil Crowe
Games Played – Beau Bilek (266)
Goals – Keith Morris (104)
Assists – Derek Clancey (218)
Points – Derek Clancey (313)
Penalty Minutes – Barry Dreger (663)
Plus/Minus – Darwin McCelland (+32)
Single Season Records:
Points: Derek Clancey (109), 1995-96
Goals: Keith Morris (46), 1995-96
Assists: Derek Clancey (77), 1995-96
PIM: Gary Coupal (406), 1995-96
Wins: Jeff Salajko (35), 1996-97
GGA: Jeff Salajko (2.30), 1997-98
Blair Atcheynum, (St. Louis, Nashville, Chicago)
Cam Brown (Vancouver)*, ECHL Hall-of-Fame
Phil Crowe (LA, Philadelphia, Ottawa, Nashville)
Trent Kaese (Buffalo)*
Sasha Lakovic (Calgary, New Jersey), appeared in the movie Miracle
Eric Manlow (Boston, New York Islanders)
*preceded time in Columbus
100+ Games Played:
Kevin Alexander (128)
Jim Ballantine (123) – First player to wear a 3-digit number (101) in a professional game, Deceased 2002
Beau Bilek (266)
Aaron Boh (105)
Lance Brady (122) – Head Hockey Coach, Assumption College (NCAA)
Jason Christie (159) – Head Coach, Ontario Reign (ECHL), 4th All-Time wins in ECHL history.
Derek Clancey (221) – Director of Pro Scouting, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Jesse Cooper (123)
Andrew Fagan (116)
Tim Fingerhut (126) – Head Coach, St Augustine High School (NJ)
Don Granato (103) – Head Coach, USA 17 & Under National Team (USA Hockey)
Tim Hogan (136)
Richard Keyes (121) – Head Coach, Battle Creek Revolution (NAHL)
Keith Morris (189) — Coaching in Canadian Junior Hockey
Matt Oates (257) – Owner, O2K Worldwide Management Group
Mark Pivetz (119)
Mike Ross (131)
Mike Rusk (106) – Head Coach & GM Milton Ice Hawks (OJHL)
Jeff Salajko (126)
Rob Schriner (239) – General Manager, Chiller Ice Rinks
Kurt Semendal (123)
Lorne Towes (153)
Brad Treliving (163) – Assistant General Manager, Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
Mark Turner (120) – Assistant Coach, Belle River Canadians
Robin Bouchard – Minor league hockey’s all-time leading scorer.
Cory Bricknell — Coach in Canadian Junior Hockey
Joe Cook – President Alkali Hockey
Gary Coupal – Later received the moniker “the baddest man in hockey” from The Hockey News.
Jason Fitzsimmons – Pro Scout, Washington Capitols (NHL)
John Gurkis – Assistant Coach, South Shore Kings (MA), AAA Youth Hockey
Kory Karlander – Completed his 16th season in minor league hockey in 2011-12
Steve Moffat – Assistant Coach, SUNY Plattsburgh (NCAA)
Keith Morris – Coach in Canadian Junior Hockey
Jay Pecora – Assistant Coach, Southern Maine University (NCAA)
Ryan Petz – Coach in Canadian Junior Hockey
Rob Sangster – Owner, Hockey Training Center, Grandview Heights, OH
Kevin St. Jacques – Head Coach, Richmond Generals
Jamie Spencer – EVP Sales, Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
Steve Strunk – Owner Planet Hockey
Mark Turner – Coach in Canadian Junior Hockey
Vince Williams – Head Coach, Trenton Titans (ECHL)
Randy Wong – Owner, Puckmasters (Medicine Hat)
Rob Woodward – Radio Analyst, Michigan State University hockey (NCAA)
Mark Yannetti – Co-Director Amateur Scouting, Los Angeles Kings (NHL)
trainers & EQUIPMENT Managers
Brian Farr — Director Athletic Training Program, University of Texas, previously spent time as Assistant Trainer, Oklahoma State University and University of Texas (NCAA).
Chris Mizer — Head Trainer, Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL), 2000-2008, after time with other minor league hockey organizations.
Jason Stypinski — Assistant Trainer, Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL).
Note: Info updated Spring, 2012