The Rocky Mountain RoughRiders are pleased to announce the 12U AAA team for the 2018-19 season. This will be the first year the RoughRiders have fielded a full season 12U team and are excited about the newest addition to the program.
The RoughRiders announce Andy Jasicki as the 12U Head Coach. Over the last two years, Coach Jasicki has been working in Washington most recently as the Director for Kent Valley Hockey. He has extensive head coaching experience at the Junior Level, 12U and 16U levels. Jasicki is a skills coach that has worked with all ages over the last fifteen years and returns to the RoughRiders to develop hockey players.
Coach Jasicki's playing experience started in Minnesota where he played through high school. Andy played NCAA Division III ice hockey for the University Of Wisconsin, Stout. Post college, Jasicki played nine seasons as a professional in Europe. He played in Spain, Sweden, Finland, and Norway finishing his career with the Denver Cutthroats in 2013.
While playing in Sweden, Jasicki started two different after school hockey programs that focused on English, football, baseball, skating and games. During his off seasons, he would return to Colorado and do private lessons, run camps, and train at high altitude.
Directly after Jasicki finished his career, he spent three years coaching with Boulder Hockey Club. He was a skills and camp instructor to start and moved into the Director of Defense position. While in Boulder, Jasicki was also an assistant for the RoughRiders 16U,13U and 12U Tournament Team.
Coach Jasicki is excited to return to the RoughRiders and develop hockey players, athletes, students and good characters.
Pending CAHA Approval