|North Bay Battalion|
|Owen Sound Attack|
|Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds|
|Acadie-Bathurst Titan||Baie-Comeau Drakkar|
|Blainville-Boisbriand Armada||Cape Breton Screaming Eagles|
|Chicoutimi Sagueneens||Drummondville Voltigeurs|
|Gatineau Olympiques||Halifax Mooseheads|
|Moncton Wildcats||PEI Rocket|
|Quebec Remparts||Rimouski Oceanic|
|Rouyn-Noranda Huskies||Saint John Sea Dogs|
|Shawinigan Cataractes||Sherbrooke Phoenix|
|Val-d'Or Foreurs||Victoriaville Tigres|
Ken King was named President and Chief Executive Officer of the Calgary Flames on August 15, 2001. He also serves as the President, Chief Executive Officer and Governor of the Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League.
Like you, King has an overwhelming fondness for the sport. His aspiration every season is to raise the bar another notch to reward devoted fans with the best possible entertainment package in the league.
Kelly Kisio is in his 15th season with the Calgary Hitmen. The Hitmen have posted 582 regular season victories, an average of 42 per season, under his 14 seasons of leadership. Kelly has also been at the helm of both of the club’s Western Hockey League Championships when the Hitmen captured the Ed Chynoweth Cup in 1999 and 2010. He has also twice won the Lloyd Saunders Memorial Trophy for the WHL's Top Executive, claiming the award in 2003-04 and 2008-09. In addition to his General Manger duties, Kelly also spent four seasons in the dual role of general manager and head coach from 2004-05 to 2007-08, guiding the Hitmen to 167 wins. During Kelly's 15-year tenure, the Hitmen have advanced to the playoffs 14 times.
Mike Moore is in his 16th season in the Western Hockey League and fifth season with the Calgary Hitmen. Prior to joining the Hitmen, Moore was the director of athletics at Edge School in Calgary. He has also served as a general manager with both the Kamloops Blazers and Medicine Hat Tigers, and was the Hitmen assistant general manger in 1997-98.
Mike Williamson, in his fourth season with the Calgary Hitmen, is the seventh head coach in franchise history. His first was a major success leading the franchise to its second Ed Chynoweth Cup as WHL Champions in 2010.
Williamson and his wife, Michelle, have two children, Leeah and Nicholas.
Brent Kisio is in his sixth season with the Calgary Hitmen. Brent joined the team in the 2007-08 as video coach/assistant coach after four successful years as a student athlete at the University of Nebraska in Omaha where he played hockey for the Mavericks and graduated with a degree in Criminology. Following his inaugural season, Brent moved exclusively into the role of assistant coach, before being promoted to associate coach in October 2012.
Joel Otto is in his sixth season as an assistant coach of the Calgary Hitmen. Otto played 14 seasons in the NHL, 11 with the Calgary Flames and three with the Philadelphia Flyers. During that time he collected 508 points (195 goals, 313 assists) in 943 games. He was one of the NHL's best two-way centres and won a Stanley Cup with the Flames in 1989, scoring the series-clinching goal against Vancouver. The Elk River, Minnesota, native also won the World Cup with Team USA in 1999 and took part in the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
Darcy Wakaluk is in his ninth season as goaltending coach of the Calgary Hitmen. A native of Pincher Creek, Alberta, he was drafted 144th overall by the Buffalo Sabres. After playing the better part of five seasons in the Buffalo system with the Rochester Americans, Darcy spent seven seasons in the NHL with the Buffalo Sabres, Minnesota/Dallas Stars and Phoenix Coyotes. Following his retirement in 1999, Wakaluk was a goaltending coach with the Kamloops Blazers for three seasons, before joining the Vancouver Giants organization for two campaigns.
Wakaluk resides in Crowsnest Pass with his wife, Dawn, and their four kids, Alexander, Logan, Brock and Tori.
Kelly Chesla is in his sixth season as video coach of the Calgary Hitmen. Prior to joining the Hitmen, the Stettler, Alberta, native spent six seasons within the National Hockey League as a manager of team services and video coordinator for the Calgary Flames (2001-06) and amateur scout for the New York Islanders (2006-07). In 2000-01, Chelsa was an assistant coach with the AMHL’s Calgary Royals and helped led the midget AAA club to the Air Canada Cup Championship in Prince George, B.C.
Chesla and his wife, Kasey, have two children, Nolan and Lauren.
Troy Norcross joined the Calgary Hitmen as video coach in 2008. The Calgary, Alberta, native has over 20 years of hockey experience as both a player and coach. Norcross, who attended the University of Alaska Ancourage on Division 1 scholarship in 1991-95, played with the ECHL’s Alaska Aces in 1995-96, formerly known as the Anchorage Aces. During his Alberta Junior Hockey League career, Norcross played three seasons with the Calgary Canucks, capturing one championship title with the junior A club as well as spent two years behind the bench as assistant coach of the Calgary Royals, presently known as the Calgary Mustangs.
Norcross and his girlfriend, Sylvia, reside in Calgary.
The 2012-13 season is Will McMillian’s seventh season with the Calgary Hitmen. McMillian is a Certified Athletic Therapist with a degree in Physical Education from the University of Calgary. Prior to joining the Hitmen, he spent two years working with the Moose Jaw Warriors, one season with the Calgary Junior A Royals and nine years as the head athletic therapist at S.A.I.T.
McMillian and his wife, Loreen, have a son named Sean.
Jason Monnery is in his third season as an assistant trainer with the Calgary Hitmen. Monnery was born and raised in Calgary, and has an Athletic Injury Management Certificate from the Sports Medicine Council of Alberta. He is looking to pursue a career in Sports Management.
The 2011/12 season is Bernie's tenth season as the team's education advisor. He holds a wealth of leadership experience having served as a high school principal for 17 years before retiring in 2003.
2012/13 is Brad's eigth season with the Hitmen and 16th calling play-by-play in the Western Hockey League. The product of Porcupine Plain, Saskatchewan spent eight seasons as the radio voice of the Lethbridge Hurricanes before joining the Hitmen prior to the 2005-06 season.
Curle got his play by play start in 1993 calling Senior Hockey in Southeast Saskatchewan. The following year he was promoted to Tier 2 where he spent two seasons as the voice of the SJHL's Estevan Bruins. Curle is a graduate of Western Academy Broadcasting College in Saskatoon.