Jamie was most recently the Head Coach for the U18 Vancouver North East Chiefs in the BCEHL. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach for the Coquitlam Express in the BCHL for multiple seasons.
Jamie grew up in Langley BC, playing and coaching minor hockey there until 2012 when he took over the Port Moody Panthers of the PJHL and then moving to the NE Chiefs in 2014 where he would win the league title and be awarded coach of the year. In 2017 Jamie would join the Coquitlam Express as an Assistant coach to Jason Fortier now coaching at the University of Maine. In 2019 and 2021 Jamie was appointed as Head Coach of Team BC to compete in the WHL cup, in 2019 the team would earn a Bronze Medal and in 2021 would win Gold. Jamie would be awarded the Development Award in 2019.
In 2020 Jamie would return as head coach for the NE Chiefs U18 program, but the season would be canceled due to Covid 19. In 2021-22 the NE Chiefs led once again by Jamie would finish in 1st place for the first time, finish 2nd at the Mac’s tournament for the first time, win the league championship for the second time, and win the regional championships for the first time. The team would finish their season at the Telus cup in fifth. Jamie would be awarded coach of the year for the second time.
Jamie can be described as highly organized and well prepared coach, with a passion to learn and grow with the game. His player development first attitude has proven to be successful at both the Midget and Junior A level.
“I’m very excited to be coaching again in the BCHL, I have always had a high amount of respect and admiration for the league and what it stands for. I’m also looking forward to all the new relationships in the Cowichan Valley and building the trust of the players and staff of the Capitals organization to bring my best towards the clubs goals”
Welcome to the #Capsfam Jamie.