ISS Names Top Regional Mentorship Scouts

isshockey-mentorshipWaterloo, ON – ISS Hockey is proud to announce the following Mentorship Scouts as the “Top Regional Mentorship Scout” for their respected regional scouting territory:

Atlantic Canada
Jean F. Duhamel

Central Canada
Ben Gallant

Eastern Canada
Tristan Whitley

Western Canada
Jameson Ewasiuk

Joakim Eriksson

Eastern USA
Steve Ouellette

Central USA
Tim Zeches

All Mentorship Scouts within the 2015-16 Mentorship Program all successfully concluded the program. A total of 60+ Mentorship Scouts have the tools to take to any respective team in the industry. We congratulate them all on a job well done this year, and wish them the best of luck with pursuing the duties of being a Scout.

The “2015-16 Mentorship Scout of the Year” will be announced tomorrow (Friday, May 27th, 2016) on our website.

“Making the final decision on whom would be picked as the top Mentorship Scout per region, was a difficult task for our staff this season. The work ethic and depth of scouting talent that the members of the 2015-16 Mentorship Program displayed, was truly impressive. It is inspiring to see how passionate this group is for this sport.” – Dennis MacInnis, ISS Hockey’s Director of Scouting

Acknowledgements to the Head Instructors from this past 2015-16 season:
Dennis MacInnis – Director of Scouting
Andrew Degroot – Head Mentorship Program Scout & Central Canada Regional Scout
Phil Myre – U.S. Head Scout
Jack Higgins – Central Canada Head Scout
Bob Johnson – Eastern Canada Head Scout
Dave Hunchak – Western Canada Head Scout
Kevin Christmas – Mentorship Program Coordinator

“Getting to know each of these Mentorship Scouts was a pleasure; whether it was in person, on a call or out in the rink. Congratulations to each of those that have successfully be named “Top Regional Mentorship Scout.” This group of individuals have truly taken the tools that have been given to them and used it to their advantage. I wish nothing but the best for everyone of them for their future in scouting.” – Kevin Christmas, Mentorship Program Coordinator