The Elmira Junior Enforcers, proud member of the USPHL Premier Division, have announced Jamie Hill will join the coaching staff for the team’s inaugural season.
Hill, a 28 year old from Glassboro, New Jersey, will make the transition from on the ice to behind the bench after a successful campaign this past season in the German Pro League. Hill has also played in the SPHL, earning nearly a point per game in 2017-2018 for the Fayetteville Marksmen. Prior to turning pro, Jamie played in the USHL for the Waterloo Blackhawks during his junior hockey career and later played NCAA Division 1 hockey at the University of New Hampshire. Jamie is excited to help the Jr. Enforcers players, and plans to focus on details. His goal is also to help players achieve their goals and become better on and off the ice.
Jr. Enforcers Head Coach Cody Murphy is excited to work with Hill this season, and acknowledged that Hill’s speed and scoring prowess throughout his career will help the Jr. Enforcers as they play for a division title, but added that Jamie’s desire to train well-rounded players will align perfectly with the organization’s goals. General Manager Ray Welsh remarked that with the addition of Hill, the Jr. Enforcers have one of the strongest coaching staffs in the USPHL as Head Coach Murphy, Goaltending Coach Sebastien Caron, and Assistant Coach Jamie Hill all have invaluable pro hockey experience.