Andrei Krivokrasov started playing hockey in the small Siberian town of Angarsk. He had already won two national championships and a national tournament MVP by the age of 14. After this success, he was recruited by the Red Army Organization. At age 15, he was rated as one of the top 3 players in the country. He was now playing professionally in Russia. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Boston, playing junior A with the Tyngsboro Jr. Huskies, and led the league in scoring two years in a row recording 155 and 165 points. Thereafter, Andrei received a full scholarship to Elmira College earning Rookie Of The Year, several MVP's, and the ECAC All Star Game MVP. He also received a "Top 20 Sniper's in Elmira College History" Award.
After graduation, Andrei joined A.G. Edwards and then moved on to JP Morgan Private Wealth Management. Keeping his passion alive, Andrei coached at the Chicago Young Americans AAA Hockey Organization. His first year with a U-16 girl's team brought them to Nationals, losing in the quarterfinals. 10 out of 15 girls on this team went on to play in Division 1 programs. Andrei has also developed 14 players who all made their AAA teams, including USHL (prominant Junior league). The last two seasons, Andrei has coached Chicago Young Americans 97 team ranked high in the country both years.
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Goalie Coach Bo Storozuk
A product of Swan River, Manitoba, Bo Storozuk started is career between the pipes when he was 9 years old. At age 14 he represented his country and won Gold at the Sapporo Cup International Ice Hockey Meet in Sapporo, Japan. After playing Junior 'A" hockey for the Southeast Blades and Swan Valley Stampeders of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, Storozuk went on to play Division III hockey for the Northland Lumberjacks, where he was named to the MCHA All-Rookie team. Midway throught his sophmore year Storozuk transfered to play for the University of Wisconsin - River Falls Falcons where he earned WIAC All-Conference, UWRF Scholar-Athlete of the Year, NCHA All-Conference Honorable Mention, and CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Second At-Large Team honors his senior year. After graduation, Storozuk went on to receive his International MBA from the University of Denver and now works for CH2M HILL, a global engineering firm. He has over 11 years of goalie coaching experience working specialized goalie camps and private lessons. He has worked with goalies at youth, Division I college, professional and NHL levels.