Joe Tigani is back to coach the 18/19 Bantam B/BB team, News (Stratford Aces Girls Hockey)

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Joe Tigani is back to coach the 18/19 Bantam B/BB team
Submitted By Jan Ballantyne on Sunday, March 11, 2018
The Stratford Aces are excited to welcome back Joe Tigani to lead the Bantam B/BB team in the 2018-2019 season.  Joe is a lifelong Stratford resident.  Joe has played hockey in Stratford throughout his life.  He has also coached hockey here, with Stratford Minor Hockey, Rotary Hockey and the Stratford Aces.  Joe has also worked with the St. Michael Warriors Girls Hockey team, helping guide elite level players.  


He has also coached a variety of other sports over the past 20 years too.  Joe brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to our organization.  He has a solid reputation of making hockey interesting, challenging and fun. Players and parents know that he is very dependable, hard-working, approachable and consistent. As a coach, educator, and parent, he wants all of the players to be successful and offers feedback and support every step of the way, always aiming to help each player excel and improve. “As a coach, I am looking for players with a strong commitment level, who are hard-working, dedicated and willing to listen.  I’m eager to coach players who have a passion and love for hockey, who want to do their best.”  He looks forward to coaching girls with a positive attitude, who reflect the values of the Aces organization and who will represent our community with pride. Joe works in the education sector with the Huron Perth Catholic District School Board.  He is married to Karen and they have three children and live in Stratford. “It is my pleasure and privilege to coach with the Stratford Aces and I look forward to providing leadership on the bench once again!"
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