Coach Whitney Juszkiewicz


Coaching Credits & Player Profile

 Whitney Juszkiewicz is passionate about developing players of all levels to reach their potential. She founded Fire and Ice Hockey Development. Whitney's experience will benefit players who aspire to the next level in their hockey training.  Her strengths are error correction and skill/ progression structured sessions. Whitney treats her athletes with a unique style that allows them progress in their individual talents while working in a team concept sport. Growing up she played for Hockey Alberta. She accepted a scholarship with the University of Saskatchewan and competed at the Esso Women's National Tournament for Team Alberta. Whitney's training included; Hockey Canada Skills Instructor 2019, NCCP HP1 coaching certification, the University of Alberta Golden Bears coaching staff, Steve Serdachny International Powerskating, St. Francis Xavier High School Sr. Hockey Academy and Skate Mills in several cities. Whitney was the Hockey Program Coordinator at Canlan Icesports North Shore for 3 years and helped many athletes develop their skill and game. 


BC Hockey Female Program of Excellence Coordinator

Whitney is the Coordinator for BC Hockey's Female Program of Excellence, formerly the High Performance Program. She was part of Team BC which won Bronze at the 2017 National Women's U18 Championship in November & Canada Winter Games Bronze Medal Champions in 2019. Whitney also works as the POE skills instructor for U12/U14 Regional Development camps and U16/U18 Regional Identification camps across the Province.
BC Hockey’s Female Program of Excellence identifies and trains athletes to compete at a Provincial, National and International level. 


North Vancouver Minor Hockey Operations Coordinator

Whitney is currently the Hockey Operations Coordinator with North Vancouver Minor Hockey Association.  She coordinates and offers player (Rec/Rep) development for players in the association.  Also, Whitney Head Coach's the Male Bantam AAA, Tier 1,  with NVMHA who have recently Won the 2019 West Kelowna's Jonathan Neitsch Memorial Tournament.