Flyers Welcome Ken Jacklin as Assistant Coach for the 2024/25 Season

The Flyers are very excited to announce the hiring of Assistant Coach Ken Jacklin of Listowel.

Ken found his love for hockey growing up in the small town of Kurtzville, Ontario. He played minor hockey in Wallace before relocating to play junior hockey for the Brussels Bulls and the Listowel Cyclones. Nearing the end of his playing career, he found his start in coaching. Over the last 30 years, Ken has coached all levels of minor hockey as well as a few years with a Senior Women’s team. In 2021, Ken joined the Mitchell Hawks of the PJHL as Assistant Coach. The Hawks went on to win their first Pollock Division Championship that year. In 2023, he was promoted to Head Coach.

“Throughout my years coaching, I have been fortunate to learn from numerous remarkable coaches and have had a lot of fun along the way, winning many tournament league titles along with two All Ontario Championships,” Ken stated. “The last few years in Junior Hockey have been fantastic, being apart of a championship team in my first season, and then working with a growing team. I am looking to learning and coaching this young team in Goderich.”

Todd Norman is eager to get started with Ken.
“We are excited to introduce Ken as an Assistant Coach for the upcoming season. Ken comes to us with a wealth of coaching experience. He has good rapport with his players, communicates well, and has great character. We are confident he will be a valuable addition to our team. We look forward to working with Ken as we continue to build and improve our organization. We are thrilled to have him on board.”