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2023-2024  10U COACHING STAFF



Head Coach

Roland is a Physical Therapist working for Fremont County School District 25 in Riverton.  Originally from Oregon, Roland has lived in Wyoming for the last 15 years.  He and his wife, Sarah, have an 8 year old son and a 10 year old daughter.  Roland's son started playing hockey at the age of 3 and at that time he was introduced to the sport.  He's have been involved in Riverton's local program and coaching ever since.  When they are not traveling for sports (which is most of the time) Roland enjoys camping, fishing, and occasionally scuba diving when given the opportunity.  They love to travel and usually try and get a couple of road trips in each year to visit their favorite spots including the Oregon coast and anywhere with warm weather! 

2023-2024  12U COACHING STAFF



Head Coach

Born and raised in the Chicago area and current Wyoming resident for 18 years. 


Began coaching youth hockey in 2010 and has coached mites to bantams between Casper, Douglas and Wyoming Cutthroats. Current Level 4 with USA hockey. 


Outside the ice rink works in railroading and I enjoy hobbies like reading, hiking and outdoors, learning guitar, weights and exercise as well as traveling and seeing new places. 

2023-2024 14U COACHING STAFF


Head Coach

Coach Rasmussen comes to us from Great Falls, Montana.  Returning this season to Cheyenne, Wyoming where he has lived a few years back.

Rob has coached every level from Mini-Mites thru Junior Hockey over the years and we are lucky to have him as part of the Cutthroat family.

2023-2024  18U COACHING STAFF



Assistant Coach

Coach Mike grew up playing hockey, in the midwest/east coast area.  He has coached from Mini-Mites to High School with the Douglas Ice Cats Organization. He loves coaching and is extremely proud to be able to coach his two sons. He has been in the role of assistant coach and was co-head coach last year for Douglas/Riverton WAHL team.  He looks forward to the upcoming season with the Cutthroats and can’t wait to see how the team progresses.  Mike holds his level 4 coaching certification. He loves coaching because he wants to be able to leave a good example and teach athletes to become better adults. 



Head Coach

Coach Jeremy Hughes has been involved in playing, officiating, or coaching hockey for 36 years. He grew up playing for the Casper Oilers through high school before moving on to play at the collegiate level for a competitive squad at the University of Wyoming, winning a National Championship in 2001 and runner-up finish in 2002. Hughes has spent most of his adult coaching career working with the Riverton River Rats where he has also taken on core administrative roles on their board while also serving core functions for the Wyoming Amateur Hockey League (WAHL)

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