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Jun. 24, 2014

DARTMOUTH Hockey Nova Scotia today announced three board appointments and a new Nova Scotia Female Midget Hockey League appointment for the upcoming 2014-15 season.

Randy Morgan has been appointed to the position of Chair of Elite Hockey (two-year term) on the Hockey Nova Scotia Board. Morgan has been a member of the Hockey Nova Scotia Development Council since 2005 and has served on the Board of the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League since 2010. He was the Development Coordinator of the Chebucto Minor Hockey Association from 2003-2009 and has over 40 years of coaching experience.

“Randy has shown a lifelong commitment to helping young hockey players improve themselves both on and off the ice,” says Hockey Nova Scotia President Randy Pulsifer. “We are glad to have him as the newest member of our board and we look forward to working with him to continue to better improve our game.”

Two members of the Hockey Nova Scotia Board have been reappointed to their positions. Todd Robinson has been reappointed to the position of Referee-in-Chief (two-year term). Robinson has held the position for the past four years. Stephen Murray, who has been a member of the board for the past three years, has been reappointed to the position of Chair of Female Hockey (two-year term).

“We are happy to have Todd and Stephen join us for another term,” said Pulsifer. “They have both been committed to the growth of hockey in Nova Scotia and have taken a keen interest in developing our next generation of young talent.”

The Nova Scotia Female Midget Hockey League (NSFMHL) has some new leadership. Barry Wisener has been appointed to the position of NSFMHL President (one-year term). Wisener has been active within the Cole Harbour Bel Ayr Minor Hockey Association as a coach, development coordinator and coach coordinator since 2001 and has been instrumental in the growth and success of Hockey Nova Scotia’s Female Festival. He has also served on the Hockey Nova Scotia Female Council as Development Director since 2010. 

The Hockey Nova Scotia office has also expanded. Bill Short has been hired on a one-year contract as the new Development Coordinator. The new Development Coordinator will, in cooperation with the Hockey Nova Scotia Director and Manager of Development, provide assistance to local Minor Hockey Associations through grassroots programs and support. Programs will be focused on coaches, players and program delivery.

Short has been a member of Hockey Nova Scotia’s Development Council since 2003 and has been the Director of Operations for Hockey Nova Scotia’s High Performance Program for more than a decade. He has been the lead instructor of Hockey Nova Scotia’s Black Youth Ice Hockey Initiative since 2011 and has been a coach at various levels of hockey for more than 30 years.

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