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Jan 30, 2023 | Mark Hannam | 1308 views
Coaching Announcement: London Devilettes U15AA
The London Devilettes Board of Directors are pleased to announce that Head Coach Bill Chantler, Assistant Coach Jessica Chantler, and Assistant Coach Rachel Chantler, have agreed to continue leading our U15AA High Performance program for the next three seasons (2023-2024 to the end of the 2025-2026 season)

COACHING STAFF

Bill Chantler is an HP1 certified head coach who has coached in the Devilettes organization for over 20 years.

Bill has coached at every level of competitive girl’s hockey from Novice to Junior. Most recently Bill has coached the Devilettes U15AA team for the past 5 seasons. Bill believes that the U15AA level is the foundational level for high performance women’s hockey &  prides himself on player development and teaching the game of hockey to his players. A multitude of players that Bill has coached over his tenure with the Devilettes at the U15AA level have gone on to play at the highest levels of girls hockey including U18AA, Junior hockey, and continued onward to university hockey in the both the OUA and NCAA.

 

Jessica Chantler played her minor hockey with the London Devilettes including her final 2 years as a member of the MAA (U18AA) team. She has coached at the Peewee (U13) and Bantam (U15) levels for the past 11 years. Jess has been an assistant coach with the Devilettes U15AA team for the past 6 seasons. Jess brings to the team strong leadership and communication skills together with a wealth of minor hockey playing and coaching experience as well as being an outstanding role model for the girls.

 

Rachel Chantler played her minor hockey with the London Devilettes including her final 3 years with the MAA and Junior teams. 2023/24 will be Rachel's 4th year coaching Devilettes U15AA team after completing a very successful OUA hockey career with the University of Windsor Lancers where she played over 100 games and was the team captain in her final 2 seasons. Rachel brings to the team a wealth of hockey knowledge and experience at the minor hockey, Junior, and University levels as well as being an outstanding role model for the girls.