Bantam House

2018 GVAHA Bantam House




To Be Announced


Scott Everin

Andrew Stone

Team Contact

Email Coach Everin

Coach Everin:

Scott Everin is the head coach for Bantam house. He has been coaching hockey for 12 years. In that time he has coached learn to play hockey all the way to coaching bantam this year. He also volunteers his time with the special needs hockey program out of Griff's.  Scott has his level 3 certificate and will be going for his level 4 certificate. Scott grew up playing hockey and played
varsity hockey for Northview high school for 4 years. During that time he spent his time working at Patterson Ice Arena.

What does Coach Everin love about hockey?

Coach Everin loves that hockey is one of the fastest sports on two feet. The sport of hockey is one of the only sports that creates forever families. He loves to see the friendship develop between the kids and families. His coaching style allows him to push the kids to their fullest potential yet the kids are still having fun. He loves seeing the kids passion for hockey transform into hard work and dedication. He believes that youth hockey gives kids the life skills through wins and losses, disagreements and challenges.

Coach Stone:

Andrew Stone will be helping coach at the House Bantam level for GVAHA this year.  He and his family just moved here from Colorado where he has been coaching hockey for 10 years.  Most recently, he was a head coach at the House Peewee level for Hyland Hills Hockey Association in Westminster, CO.  He is Level 3 certified with USA hockey and have been involved with Hyland Hills for the past 6 years.

Prior to coaching for Hyland Hills, he was an assitant coach for four years at the University of Colorado @ Boulder in the ACHA.  His main role at the Univeristy of Colorado was as a defensive coach.  He has coached all levels of players from beginning skaters to Jr. A and AAA players.  He is very excited to be back in Michigan having lived in Hancock, MI in the Upper Peninsula.

What does Coach Stone love about hockey?

The game of hockey is unlike any other sport out there.  This is truly the greatest game and will challenge anyone from beginning players to those in the NHL.  The speed, thought, creativeness and sacrifice required to play this is second to none.  Hockey will keep you guessing yet keep you wanting more and more.  It will never be perfected by anyone, but those that try and fail keep coming back.  We are lucky to be involved in such a great sport.