Girls Hockey

Jeff Burton

Jeff Burton Coach Jeff Burton was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN. He began his hockey career growing up in Minneapolis playing for Minneapolis Roosevelt's youth association. He played varsity hockey for 3 years and lead the conference as the highest scoring defenseman his junior and senior year. Also during his high school career he played hockey with the Minnesota Jr North Stars, he appeared once in the Minnesota state high school hockey tournament, and was a 3 year captain on the varsity soccer team and captain on the baseball team. After high school Coach Burton continued his athletic career attending The College of St. Scholastica where he played 4 years of baseball breaking 7 school records and playing hockey in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) earning All American Honors.

Since college, Coach Burton has coached for 2 of the best hockey programs in Minnesota. He has most recently been coaching the top female players and top female teams in North America with the OS/WhiteCap program and with the Minnesota Elite League. When he is not coaching on the ice, he spends his time as a hockey skills instructor working on stickhandling, shooting, and developing proper skating fundamentals. We are extremely excited to have Coach Burton working with our athletes!

Burton boasts an impressive coaching resume with girls committed to play NCAA Division I hockey! Schools include Providence College, Ohio State, Princeton, University of Minnesota, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Merrimack College, Penn State and Dartmouth!

Scott Bond

Scott Bond Scott has been involved in hockey at many levels and has established himself as one of the games top performance coaches. Scott has developed a reputation as an expert in many areas of the game through an analytical and progressive approach to skill development. By carefully profiling player’s skill sets and building customized training programs, these players are better able to transfer their skills to game habits and create a competitive advantage. More that 130 of his clients have obtained NCAA scholarships and 29 have been NHL draft picks.

Prior to becoming a coach, Scott played high school hockey for Frank B. Kellogg in Roseville Minnesota, two seasons of Junior A and four years of varsity hockey at Hamline University. Unfortunately, his playing career was interrupted by several broken vertebra so he began his coaching career as a conditioning and player development coach.

Scott’s innovative and practical approach to fundamental skill development is relevant to today's game. His process for transferable skill development allow his players to be highly effective at each advancing level of play. Scott also develops strong bonds and relationships with his athletes and families and always has his client’s best interests as his top priority. By building a strong rapport with his athletes, he is able to guide them through the various levels of hockey and help them reach their full and maximum potential.

Amanda Leveille

Amanda Leveille Amanda hails from Kingston, Ontario. Amanda is excited to share her passion for the game hockey with the Galaxy association. Amanda currently plays professionally for the Buffalo Beauts of the National Women's Hockey League, the reigning Isobel Cup Champions!

Amanda played five consecutive years in AAA Boys hockey including the Minor Midget Showcase year in 2009-2010. Amanda was also affiliated to the older Greater Kingston AAA teams in each of the last four consecutive years (affiliations to Minor Bantam, Major Bantam, Minor Midget and Major Midget (2006-2010).

Amanda was invited to three Junior A Prospect Camps (men 16-21). She accepted the invitation from the Nepean Raiders of the CJHL. Amanda was the first woman to participate in a Raiders Prospect camp and did not allow a goal in six appearances. She was awarded an invitation to the Raiders Main Camp even though she had already committed to Luke Richardson to play in Ottawa with his Lady Senators team in The Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL). Leveille participated in the Main Camp and only allowed a goal after 8 appearances.

In high school, Amanda was named the top goaltender at the 2011 Canadian National Under-18 Championship, where she was also named the MVP of the championship game after leading her team to the national title.

Amanda went on to star at the University of Minnesota, where she helped the Golden Gophers to win the NCAA Tournament Championship in 2013, 2015 and 2016. In her 116 games with the U of M, she had a fantastic .947 save percentage and a 1.18 goals allowed average. She earned All-USCHO Second Team honors, was named to the WCHA All-Academic Team and was an Academic All-Big Ten honoree, and was named to the NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team.

Amanda Leveille

Amanda Leveille

Meaghan Pezon

Meaghan Pezon When Meaghan Pezon was growing up, the only way she could have spent more time on the ice is if she had lived on it. As it was, her backyard was already a rink. By high school, Meaghan's prowess on the ice was solidified – as a senior at Eden Prairie, she led her team to an undefeated season, and its first state championship. She played with the St. Cloud State Huskies for four years, where her decisive skating and dominant delivery as forward helped the fledgling program develop into a serious division contender. During her senior year, the Huskies were third in the WCHA, which was the first time a team other than the University of Minnesota, University of Wisconsin or University of Minnesota-Duluth finished that high in the standings. Additionally, Meaghan was named the “Offensive Player of the Week” by US College Hockey Online in both 2007 and 2006. Meaghan was a member of the 2011 Minnesota Whitecaps WWHL championship team and continues to play professional hockey with them.

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1 Ava Bailey G 2019
3 Kensie Malone F 2020
5 Michaela Arnold * F 2019
6 Bailey Burton * F 2019
7 Marissa Agerter F 2019
9 Madelyn Sanda F 2019
10 Ella De Beer F 2019
11 Miranda Anthony D 2019
12 Jace Zapata D/F 2020
15 Taylar Meier D 2020
16 Cassidy Jones F 2019
17 Claire Casey F 2020
18 Gabby Huson D 2019
30 Carissa Mudrak G 2020
35 Gracie Rice D/F 2021
37 Maddie Wilsey G 2020
* Committed
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