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Jr. Jets Coaches

U18- Cam Campbell / Curtis Toop

U16- Graeme Strukoff

U15- Ed Van Tongren

2010- Brady Douglas

2011- TBD

2012- TBD

2013- Drew Martz/ Joe Bleakley

2014- TBD

2015- TBD

Clayton Robinson – Program Manager

Clayton has been coaching and involved in Minor Hockey and Junior Hockey for the last 10 years.  Currently, Clayton is the Majority Owner, GM and Head Coach of the Chilliwack Jets.  Previously he owned the Nanaimo Buccaneers in the VIJHL and served as the Head Coach and GM for one season.  Prior to owning the Buccaneers Clayton ran a successful Midget program in Chilliwack Minor Hockey that saw his team obtain a provincial birth for the first time in the Midget division in 20 years.

Cam Campbell – Coach/Instructor

Cam Campbell has an extensive hockey background that includes playing/coaching in the Chilliwack Minor Hockey system for a number of years and for the 1992-93/94-95 Chilliwack Chiefs who won a BCJHL and the  Merritt Cenntienals 1993/94. Cam also played Junior B in 1991/92/94 for the Abbotsford Pilots, and years later ended up being the Head Coach of the Pilots for a number of seasons. He is currently the Assistant Coach for the Chilliwack Jets since the program was revived in 2020 and is a proud dad of two boys who both played in the PJHL Junior B League.

Drew Martz – Coach/Instructor

Owner and the Head Instructor of Monster Goal Tenders. Major highlights of his coaching career include goalie coaching for Junior A teams and for B.C.’s High-Performance Program for the Fraser Valley. He has five years of Junior Hockey playing experience and has been coaching goalies for over fifteen years. He now has the opportunity to use this experience and instruction knowledge to assist the Chilliwack Jr. Jets for the 2022/23 season. Most recently Drew coached the 2013 & 2011 Jr. Jets teams.

Kevin Kuffler – Coach/Instructor

Kevin has coached in Chilliwack for the last several years with great success always overachieving with his teams in the Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association.  Kevin played in the PJHL for the Abbotsford Pilots.  Kevin’s love for the game is what keeps him motivated and giving back to the new generation of hockey players.

Graeme Strukoff – Coach/Instructor

Graeme Strukoff was born and raised in Chilliwack playing top-level AAA hockey in the community. He recently finished his playing career as a defence-man and has been coaching at the U15 level, where he is the Head Coach of the Fraser Valley Thunderbirds U15 AAA team. He has played in various leagues, including U18 AAA, BCHL, NCAA and Minor Pro around the world.

“The game of hockey has given me so much, and I want to help local players have some of the experiences I’ve had, and then some. Coach Clayton and the Jets have done a great job in getting involved in the community, and I am excited to be a part of it!” 

Brady Douglas – Coach/Instructor

Brady Douglas was born and raised in Chilliwack, playing at top-level AAA programs in the community and then pursued an education in the United States while playing ACHA Hockey. He has been a top-tiered coach for over 5+ years in BC and Alberta. He has been involved with numerous Minor Hockey Associations and Clubs throughout his coaching career including; U18 AAA Scholarship Team, Team BC U15, BC/Alberta Top Skill Teams, Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association, Airdrie Minor Hockey, Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association and most recently working with the NHL Coaches Association.

“My eyes were opened at a young age to the importance of repetitive training in regards to skating, passing, shooting, as well as the fundamentals of how the game is played, which has led me to a successful playing & coaching career. I believe strongly in the importance of the kids learning the proper skating and shooting mechanics and fundamentals of the game itself yet still having the most critical element in hockey, having fun while being competitive.”