Shoot To Score Hockey Staff


REGGIE LEACH “The Riverton Rifle” Philadelphia Flyers legend, played almost 1,000 games in the NHL winning the Stanley Cup in 1975. A member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame, Reggie still holds the record for most goals in the playoffs with 19, including 5 goals in one game against the Boston Bruins. He also won the Conn Smythe Trophy (MVP for the NHL Playoffs) in 1976 and MVP in the 1980 NHL All Star Game. The 1976 Canada Cup member currently does many motivational talks regarding drug & alcohol abuse all over Canada for First Nation Communities. On March 7th, 2008 Reggie received the National Aboriginal Achievement Award for his outstanding career achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. 


JAMIE LEACH played professional hockey for 13 years all over the world. A member of many championship hockey teams including two Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Jamie continued his career coaching at all different levels. Jamie has operated numerous hockey schools, skill development camps, evaluation camps, conditioning camps & seminars for differing cultures. The three time Allan Cup Champion is also a Class A member of the Professional Golfers Association of Canada. Jamie is the Director of Hockey/President of Shoot to Score Hockey Ltd.

RYAN SMITH is currently the GM/Head Coach for the Humboldt Broncs in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. The previous  five seasons he was the Head Coach & G.M of the Selkirk Steelers in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. He is a two time MJHL All-Star Head Coach and last year; Ryan was honoured with being named the MJHL Coach of the Year as he led the Steelers to a 1st overall placing in Manitoba and 2nd overall regular season ranking in the Canadian Junior Hockey League.  For these efforts, Ryan was also a runner up for the CJHL Coach of the Year.  In 2012 & 13 he was the Assistant Coach for Team West in the World Jr A Challenge. and captained the Southeast Prairie Thunder, the 2012 Allan Cup Champions. He played for the St James Canadians and the University of Manitoba Bisons before moving on to a 11 year pro career in Europe.  Ryan is entering his 6th year with Shoot to Score Hockey as a Lead Instructor.

RANDALL WEBER played professional hockey in Europe for 17yrs. Randall has now transitioned into a full time Academy coach at Mount Carmel Hockey Academy in Edmonton, Alberta. He has gained various coaching experiences over the past 24 years ranging from Directing, Operating & Instructing the Edmonton Oilers Hockey School to now coaching Major Midget AAA hockey in Alberta, where he won 'Coach of the Year' honours in 2014. Along with his IIHF certification, Randall possesses his 'Hockey Canada' High Performance1 (HP1) certification which allows him to coach Elite stream players throughout the country. Randall is also the Director / Owner of his own Hockey Development / Prep company - Hard Hockey Properties Ltd. where he works with all levels of hockey players, ranging from Atom - Professional.
LANDON KROEKER has been playing hockey for over 20 years and his coaching background began over 11 years ago. He has been working with beginner to elite goaltenders between the ages of 7 - 20 on a regular basis. Currently the assistant coach and goalie coach for the Swan Valley Stampeders of the MJHL. Landon recently launched a new goaltending skill-development firm, Guardian Goaltending. Guardian and Shoot to Score Hockey have teamed up where Guardian will be instructing all our goaltending specific training. When Landon is not on the ice instructing he scouts for the SAIT Men's Hockey Team watching and evaluating Western Canadian prospects.
JARET SOBKOWICZ has coached for over 10 years, various AAA hockey, high school hockey and high school sports. Scouted for the Selkirk Steelers on the MJHL for three years. Currently working with Hockey Canada accredited St. James Hockey Academy. As a player Jaret was a AAA midget champion with Pembina Valley Hawks, 2 years with Selkirk Steelers, before winning 5 senior championships with Morden. “Sobby” has worked as our Head off-ice instructor for 5 years. 

BOBBY LEITER another member of our staff that is inducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame. Bobby won a Memorial Cup championship with the 1959 Winnipeg Braves. In 7 NHL seasons with Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins and Atlanta Flames, he played 447 games with 98 goals 126 assists, for 224 points. Bobby has been an integral part of the Gimli Summer Hockey School who has been involved for all 28 years!