Troy Mick has been around hockey or involved in hockey his entire life.
Mick played in the BCHL for the Vernon Lakers at 14 years old, and then played with the Portland Winterhawks and Regina Pats of the WHL. Mick put up an absurd 200+ goals in his 4 seasons of Major Junior hockey. His effort earned him a 130 overall selection in the 1988 NHL entry draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Mick went on to play pro hockey for 3 seasons before getting involved in coaching.
Troy was a head coach at the BCHL, WHL, and NCDC levels for 12seasons and has also sat in GM and President positions along the way.
Currently Mick is the Director of Hockey for the Wenatchee Wild competitive youth programs and coaches the 18U and 16U teams.
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