Bob Boughner returns for his eighth season as President of the Windsor Spitfires and his sixth as Head Coach. Boughner led the team to consecutive MasterCard Memorial Cup and Rogers OHL Championships during the 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 seasons, when the Spitfires became the eighth team in CHL history to win back to back MasterCard Memorial Cup Championships.
Boughner earned consecutive CHL and OHL Coach of the Year awards in the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 campaigns, becoming the first Head Coach in CHL history to have won two CHL Coach of the Year and MasterCard Memorial Cup championships.
He also led Canada's Under-18 National squad to the gold medal at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in the Czech Republic.
Boughner headed a new ownership group which purchased the team in February of 2006, after retiring from a professional hockey career that spanned 10 seasons and 630 games. Boughner also served as the Executive Vice-President of the NHLPA Players Association from 2003 through 2006.
Boughner served as an Assistant Coach with the Columbus Blue Jackets during the 2010-11 season.
Bob lives in Tecumseh with his wife Jennifer and children Brady, Molly, Emma and Lola.
Warren Rychel Vice President & General Manager
Warren Rychel is entering is his eighth season as Vice-President and General Manager with the Windsor Spitfires. He was the architect of Windsor’s consecutive MasterCard Memorial Cup and Rogers OHL Championship performances in the 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 seasons.
Rychel was named OHL Executive of the Year in 2008-2009.
Prior to joining Bob Boughner and Peter Dobrich in purchasing the franchise back in 2006, Rychel worked as a Professional and Amateur Scout with the Phoenix Coyotes for five years.
Rychel's own career spanned 10 NHL seasons, which included winning the 1996 Stanley Cup as a member of the Colorado Avalanche and a Turner Cup Championship with the IHL's Indianapolis Ice in 1990.
Rychel had the pleasure of playing with some of the top NHL players of all-time: Wayne Gretzky, Jari Kurri, Peter Forsberg, Joe Sakic, Patrick Roy, Paul Kariya, Teemu Selanne, Mats Sundin and Doug Gilmour among them.
Rychel was elected to the Essex County Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.
He lives in Tecumseh with his wife Denise and children Kerby, Maddux and Kendall.
Stephen Savage Ownership Group
Stephen is a partner at Cypher Systems Group and enters his first season as a member of the Spitfires ownership group. He lives in Lakeshore with his wife Kelly and is a proud father Andrew and Christie.
John Savage Ownership Group
John is a partner at Cypher Systems Group and enters his first season as a member of the Spitfires ownership group. He lives in Lasalle with his wife Margaret and is a proud father to Ben, Jonathon and Nathan.
Brian Schwab Ownership Group
Brian is a partner at Cypher Systems Group and enters his first season as a member of the Spitfires ownership group. He lives in Windsor with his wife Lisa and is a proud father to Hannah, Jacob, Katie and Joseph.
Terry Doran Assistant GM/Head Scout
Terry Doran brings impressive credentials and a proven track record of success to his second season as Spitfires Assistant General Manager.
Doran has served as the club's Head Scout since 2005. He played a key role in helping build our consecutive MasterCard Memorial Cup championship clubs in 2009 and 2010.
Prior to joining the Spitfires, Doran was General Manager and Director of Scouting for the Sarnia Sting from 2000 to 2004.
From 1996 to 2000, he was a full-time scout for the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes.
Steve Horne Director of Business Development
Steve Horne enters his twenty-third season with the Windsor Spitfires, working in various business capacities with the team.
Horne previously worked as an Administrative Assistant with the Oshawa Generals from 1989 to 1991 and was a member of the 1990 OHL & Memorial Cup Champion Generals team.
Horne joined the Spitfires in 1991 as a Director of Marketing and has since been promoted to his current position as Director of Business Development. He has also served on Marketing Committees with the OHL and is currently a member of the OHL Business Development Committee. Steve was also the co-founder of the inaugural 'Focus 2000' Marketing Seminars.
He graduated from Durham College with a Diploma in Sports Administration in 1990 and currently lives in Windsor with his wife Sharon and three children, Stephanie, Samantha and Shaun.
Andrea Eidukas-Mooney Office Manager
Andrea Eidukas-Mooney is in her seventh season as the team's Office Manager. Andrea graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Commerce, Honours in Business Administration. Before obtaining this position, she worked with the Spitfires for five years in various capacities with the team. Andrea currently lives in Lakeshore.
Andrew Rowberry Director of Corporate Partnerships and Premium Seating
Andrew is in his sixth season with the Windsor Spitfires and his fourth as the team's Corporate Sales Executive.
Previously, Rowberry worked in the team's Premium Seating Department, where he led a successful sales and service team.
As Corporate Sales Executive, Andrew is responsible for managing relationships with sponsors and business partners, and driving brand-building initiatives through advertising sales and promotional campaigns.
Prior to joining the Spitfires organization, Rowberry was in sales and marketing management in the automotive field, serving OEM's and retailers in the U.S. and Canada.
Rowberry is a graduate of St. Clair College (Business Administration) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Honours in Business Administration) from Northwood University in Michigan.
He lives in Windsor with his wife Pam and son Brock.
Felicia enters her second season as Coordinator of Community Relations and Game Operations.
Over the last four years, she has worked in a variety of capacities with the team as: the Coordinator of the Adopt-A-School program and the Lifestyle Family Fitness program, a member of our Community and Game Operations teams.
Felicia has worked as a volunteer at several major hockey events, including the Subway Super Series, the 2008 OHL All-Star Classic and the 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, during which she was as a Facility Coordinator at the Vollmer Complex tournament site.
Felicia graduated from the University of Windsor's Kinesiology Program, with a major in Sport Management.
Dave Ducharme Coordinator of Media & Public Relations
Dave Ducharme enters his second season as Coordinator of Media & Public Relations. He came to the Spitfires with more than 15 years professional media experience in the radio, TV, newspaper and new media sectors.
Dave worked for the NHL's Vancouver Canucks for two seasons from 2004 through 2006. He spent the last two seasons as the Spitfires' Web Content Producer.
Nathan Sellon Coordinator of Fan Development
Nathan Sellon is entering his fourth season with the Windsor Spitfires as the team's Coordinator of Fan Development.
He graduated from Lambton College with a degree in Sports and Recreation Administration.
Nathan previously worked for three seasons with the Ontario Hockey League's Sarnia Sting; starting in 2007 as a game night intern and later as the team's supervisor of game night interns, Sales Associate and Marketing Assistant.
Nathan currently lives in Windsor.
Matt Haddad Inside Sales/Retail Development
Matt is beginning his first season with the Windsor Spitfires as an Inside Sales/Retail Development Executive.
Matt has an extensive background in the international sporting industry. He was the Manager of Marketing & Game Operations for the Gold Coast Blue Tongues Ice Hockey team from 2010-2012, who play in Australia's semi professional league.
He has also worked in professional Rugby as Corporate Operations Supervisor for the Gold Coast Suns AFL team.
Matt has worked as a volunteer at several major events including the 2012 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge as a Game Operations Coordinator at Tecumseh Arena & the 2013 International Children's Games as the games Signage Coordinator.
Matt graduated from Griffith University in Australia with a MBA in Sport Management. He currently lives in Tecumseh.
Daniel Dobrich Merchandise Manager
Daniel is entering his ninth season with the Windsor Spitfires, and his second as Merchandise Manager for the club. Daniel worked in various capacities in the merchandise department during past years, and was vital in the organization and execution of the Tim Horton’s Memorial Cup Tour of Champions in 2009 and 2010. Daniel currently lives in Lakeshore.
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