365 PHA Coach
365 PHA Coach
365 PHA Coach
365 PHA Coach
Pat Bingham, originally from Vancouver, British Columbia, started his professional hockey career playing in the AHL, ECHL, COHL, SUHL, and SHL until 1998 when he decided to focus his career on coaching. Over the next fourteen years, Coach Bingham went on to coach more than 1,000 games at the professional level including teams in both the American Hockey League and the East Coast Hockey League. During this time, he set professional franchise coaching win records for six different teams including the Elmira Jackals (ECHL).
Coach Bingham now serves as the President of the Colorado Rampage Association and as a full time 365 Performance Hockey Academy coach. Bingham’s passion and professional knowledge of the game is instilled in 365 students where they grow their skills, improve quickness of mind, and gain situational awareness to better prepare them for their careers at the professional and collegiate levels.
Tyler Shipstad is a Colorado native and has been on skates his entire life. He grew up playing hockey in the Denver, Colorado metropolitan area for the Hyland Hills Jaguars and the Littleton Hawks. He then moved onto play for the Colorado Rampage in the Tier 1 Elite League, where he went on to win an 18U State Championship in 2012 as team captain. Coach Shipstad continued his career with the Fresno Monsters (NAHL) and the Minot Minotauros (NAHL) as an assistant captain. After his 18U AAA season, Coach Shipstad then committed to play NCAA hockey for the University of Wisconsin-Stout for two seasons.
Coach Shipstad now serves as the Vice President of the Colorado Rampage and full time 365 Performance Hockey Academy coach. Coach Shipstad is the Head Coach of the 15U AAA team and Associate Coach of the 18U AAA team in the Tier 1 Elite league.
Mario Puskarich grew up playing hockey in Florida until moving to Chicago at the age of 15 to play for the Chicago Young Americans (Tier 1 Elite/MWEHL). After two seasons at CYA, Puskarich went on to play two seasons for the Tri-City Storm in the USHL, along with two seasons in the BCHL for The Langley Riverman. In his second season in the BCHL, Coach Puskarich won the Brett Hull Trophy awarded to the regular season scoring champion, while also serving as team captain.
Following his junior career, Puskarich accepted a Division 1 scholarship at the University of Vermont. In his freshman season, Puskarich earned Rookie of The Year (Hockey East,) as well as appearing in the NCAA Tournament. Four seasons at Vermont saw Puskarich score 52 goals and 65 assists, totaling to 117 points. He became the first UVM player in over 20 years to hit the 50 goal and 100 point mark.
After his senior season at UVM, he signed a professional contract with the Manchester Monarchs of the (ECHL). Coach Puskarich found success right away and found himself making a playoff run to the conference finals. The next two seasons saw Coach Puskarich make the move to Europe, playing for Medvescak Zagreb in the (EBEL). After two seasons in Croatia, he joined the Manchester Storm in the (EIHL) playing out of Manchester, England.
Coach Puskarich now serves as the Program Director of 365 Performance Hockey Academy. He is also the Head Coach of the 13U AAA team and Associate Coach of the 18U AAA team in the Tier 1 Elite league.
Brett Clark, Raised in Saskatchewan, Canada, was drafted in the 6th round, 154th overall, by the Montreal Canadians in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft. He was selected from the University of Maine of the Hockey East where he was named to the All-Rookie Team in his freshman year. Coach Clark spent the following season developing with the Canadian National Team program, before he made his professional debut in the 1997-98 season.
On June 25, 1999, Coach Clark was claimed in the 1999 expansion draft by the Atlanta Thrashers. During the 2001-02 season on January 24, 2002, he was traded by the Thrashers to the Colorado Avalanche. He would continue to play for the Avs from 2003 - 2010.
After spending 18 years playing professional hockey, Coach Clark made the transition to the Director of Player Development for the Colorado Avalanche. He would later become the Eagles Assistant Coach from 2018 - 2021.
Coach Clark now works as our Rampage 18U Tier 1 Elite head coach and full time 365 Performance Hockey Academy coach, helping our young athletes take their game to the next level.
Colin Martel started his hockey career playing youth hockey in Michigan for the Ann Arbor Arctic Wolves. He played 3 years of High School hockey at Pine Creek before moving to Colorado.
With almost 14 years of coaching experience, Colin has had the opportunity to serve in many different roles. He has been an assistant high school coach, USA Hockey National 16U and 15U intern coach and Vierumäki A-Junior assistant coach and video coach. Today, he coaches the Colorado Rampage 12u AA & 14U AAA while also coaching the Monument Hockey Academy and 365 Performance Hockey Academy.
Cody Dion, a native to Colorado Springs, played multiple seasons of 18U Tier 1 hockey for the Pikes Peak Miners. He then took his talent to Canada to play two seasons of junior hockey in the AJHL for the Okotoks Oilers where he played over 100 games and tallied 92 points and 177 penalty minutes. Cody committed to play NCAA D1 hockey for the University of Alabama Huntsville and after one season with the UAH Chargers he decided to move to the professional ranks and played two seasons in Finland in the Suomi-sarja league. This kicked off a 10-year professional career for Cody playing in the CHL, FHL, and SPHL in America.
Cody finished his career winning the Presidents Cup in the SPHL with the Peoria Riverman. Cody finished an impressive professional career with 379 Games Played, 259 Total Points, and 698 Penalty Minutes.
Kevin Patterson, born and raised in Colorado Springs, played his youth hockey in the Springs and played three years for the Colorado Rampage under Coach Andrew Sherman at the U18 level. Kevin moved on to play for the Topeka Roadrunners in the North American Hockey League from 2011-2013, and served as an assistant captain in 2012-2013. After two years in Topeka, he went on to play Division I NCAA at Niagara University from 2013-2017. During his four-year collegiate career, Kevin played in 124 games and was as an assistant captain from 2015-2017. From 2017-2019, he played professionally split between the Wichita Thunder in the ECHL and the Peoria Rivermen in the SPHL.
We are excited to have Patterson join our PHA team! He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience that will be a great asset for our organization. His skill set and expertise will be invaluable as he takes on the role of coach for the kids in our program.