Director of Hockey Operations - Darryl Glasier
Duff, as he's known around Wheatley, has served several years as Vice President on the board of Directors for Southpoint Minor Hockey. His duties will include helping to lead the day to day operations of the club.
Phone - (519) 322 - 9458
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
General Manager - Thomas Grubb
Thomas Grubb enters his third season as the GM, after serving 3 seasons as director of Player Development.
Thomas brings an impressive "how to win championship's" resume with him as he began his playing career in the Southpoint Minor Hockey system winning a OMHA, OHF Championship as a Peewee. He then jumped to the Wheatley Sharks for two seasons before joining the Leamington Flyers for one season where he ended his Junior career and went on to accept a Scholarship to Central Michigan University to play Division I Baseball. He received top honours playing there as he was awarded Team MVP and All-Mid-American Conference Awards. Thomas has won 2 National Baseball Championships and 8 Ontario Championships for the Windsor Stars Sr. baseball team, and 1 Ontario Championship with the Windsor Selects.
Thomas has also coached in the Southpoint Minor Hockey system for 4 years and was the hitting coach for the Windsor Selects U18 Baseball Team.
Head Coach - Josh Carnevale
Josh Carnevale takes over head coaching duties after serving 7 seasons as an Assistant Coach. He also has time coaching 3 seasons in the Southpoint Minor Hockey System. Josh is looking forward to working with a new crop of young men and helping them develop their skills to reach the highest level possible, as well as bringing a championship to the community of Wheatley.
Josh's playing resume includes 3 years of AAA hockey with the Sun County Panthers where they finished 4th in Ontario at the OHL Cup during his Minor Midget year. He played 4 seasons for the Leamington Flyers Junior B hockey club and finished his playing career with the Wheatley Sharks, Captaining the team in his final season. Josh is looking forward to passing along his experiences to the players of this year’s team and help them through the ups and downs that junior hockey brings.
Assistant Coach- Ian Faubert
Ian Faubert joins the Sharks after recently graduating from the University of Windsor. The Wheatley native played 5 seasons for the Chatham Maroons where he also served as team Captain and was named team MVP in his final season. He later played in the CIS for the U of Windsor following a very successful junior career. He finished his Maroons career with 171 points in 219 regular-season games.
Assistant Coach - Paul Gossman
Goose, as he is known around Leamington & Wheatley, had a very successful playing career through the 90s, including multiple OMHA & OHF Championships during his minor hockey days in Southpoint, while also winning a Schmalz Cup Championship with the Belle River Canadiens of the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League.
Goose also was drafted by the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL, and played for the Sharks as a 16 yr old in 1997-98 season. Unfortunately, an injury sidelined him the following year, and mid year he joined the Belle River Canadiens blueline. After winning a Schmalz Cup, he headed up north to play Jr. A hockey in Thunder Bay of the SIJHL. When his playing days were over, Goose began his coaching career by becoming the Defense coach for his Thunder Bay Jr A team.
Returning home to raise a family, Goose worked tirelessly with local minor hockey programs in Southpoint at various age groups. Most recently guiding the blueline for the Midget Major group in 2016-17, helping lead them to a Bluewater Championship.
The Sharks are extremely excited to have Goose guiding the blueline, his knowledgebase, and communication skills will complement the staff currently assembled.
Goalie Coach - Marc Tremblay
Marc Tremblay returns to the new Wheatley Omstead Sharks for his 3rd full season as the Goalie Coach and as you will see he brings many years as a Goalie and Coach to the team and as they say being a Goalie is not an easy job and who not better to assist them then a former one!
Marc began his playing career in Tilbury in their Minor Hockey System before going to the AAA Chatham Cyclones in his Midget Major year and after one successful season was asked to join the Wheatley Sharks in 2008 and finished his very successful Junior career with them in 2013 and would be ranked as one of the best goalies in the Junior C League year after year. Marc believes a goalie can only be successful if you have a great bunch of players in front of you and feels very fortunate to have played with many.
When Marc retired from Junior hockey as a Shark he was then asked to come back as the Goalie Coach as he understood what it takes to succeed and also the mental side of being a goalie. The Sharks felt they needed a veteran and former Goalie to assist the young ones coming out of the miner hockey system as Marc understood what it takes to excel and also what the organization would be looking for to fill his shoes. Marc has also coached in the Southpoint Minor Hockey Association, Sun County AAA System, Belle River Minor Hockey System and the Essex Minor Hockey System.
The Sharks are thrilled to have Marc returning this season and are counting on him to assist with producing a couple great goalies to get the Sharks to the Championship in the end.
Strength & Conditioning Coach - Dylan Enns
Dylan, a former Shark and native of Leamington, owns & operates DE Fitness & Performance. He will work off ice with players this season.
Team Doctor - Dr. Mark Dubreuil
Mark Dubreuil is a chiropractor who operates the Tilbury Rehab Centre and Tecumseh’s CARE Concussion Centre. Mark has specialized in concussion protocol and is one of the best in the area.
Head Trainer - Ken Dawson
Daws, as he's known around Wheatley, works tirelessly on several fronts for the team. As team trainer, he always put the players needs first.
Assistant Goalie Coach / Assistant Trainer - Stefan Taylor
Gupp, as he's known around Wheatley, will serve as additional resource to help Marc Tremblay prepare the goalies for games & practices. He has served a trainer for several minor hockey teams in the last 20 years, and will also help ensure players safety is of top priority.
Equipment Managers - Rick Woelk, Tim Oliphant, Jay Riediger