Player to coach in Blind River

June 7, 2024

Tyson MacLeod’s association with his hometown Blind River Beavers is coming full circle. A former productive forward with the Beavers, the 29-year old MacLeod has been hired as a new assistant coach for the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League team.

Beavers head coach and general manager Kyle Brick commented on bringing MacLeod aboard as his lede assistant.

“I am really excited to have Tyson joining the team,” Brick relayed to Hockey News North. “He brings a great hockey mind and a lot of intensity. He will definitely bring a lot to our program and I am excited to get him behind the bench with us. As well, Dylan (King) and Craig (MacDonald) will both be returning as assistants along with Eric Simons on a part time basis.”

As a player, MacLeod skated in 147 career NOJHL games for Blind River and scored 51 goals, 44 assists, 95 points.

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