The Owen Sound Attack of the Ontario Hockey League is very pleased to announce the signing of Brad Tiley to a one year contract as an Assistant Coach.
Tiley, who played 17 professional seasons, winning the Eddie Shore award for being voted the American Hockey League’s best defenseman during the 1999-2000 season will bring a wealth of experience to the organization, particularly working with defenseman during practices. Tiley, who was drafted in the 4th round by the Boston Bruins in the 1991 NHL Entry draft won an OHL championship with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds that same season.
Attack General Manager, Dale DeGray is very pleased to bring Tiley on board. “Brad gives us that extra little bit of experience that we think we needed to add. Brad will provide another set of eyes in practice and on the bench during games and an extra set of ears for our players…someone with Brad’s character and experience will be an asset to our organization and our players.”
The Attack welcome Brad, his wife Nikki and children Alex, Shea and Ella to the organization.
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