Bantam AAA Squires

Head Coach: Adam Sergerie

Adam Sergerie was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario and played all of his minor hockey there. Before becoming a full-time school teacher and hockey coach, Adam played 5 years of Junior hockey, 5 years of CIS hockey and 2 years of hockey overseas in Germany.

Adam currently resides in St. Albert, Alberta. He has been the Head Coach of the KC Squires Bantam AAA team for the last three years. Adam teaches grade 6 and is an on ice hockey instructor at St Edmund School in Edmonton, Alberta.

Adam enjoyed returning to the Alberta Cup in April 2019 as Head Coach Team Central, learning from staff members and helping young athletes showcase their talents, develop as people and as hockey players.

  • 2019 AMBHL North Division Coach Of The Year
  • 2019 EMHA Coach Of The Year
  • 2019 KC Hockey Merit Award
  • 2019 Video Coach U16 Team Alberta- WHL Cup
  • 2019 Team Central Head Coach – Alberta Cup
  • 2018 Alberta Cup Assistant Coach Team Northwest
  • Bachelor of Education – Lakehead University
  • 5 seasons of CIS hockey: Lakehead University Men’s Hockey Team – Captain of the team for final two seasons
  • 2 seasons of professional hockey Oberliga East in Germany
  • Back to back Player of the Year Oberliga East in 2013-14 and 2014-15
  • 5 seasons of Junior Hockey Petrolia Jets, Thunder Bay Bulldogs and Selkirk Steelers
  • High Performance 1 Certified BC Hockey
  • Checking Skills 1 Certified
  • Respect in Sport Certified

Coaching Philosophy:
Hockey goes beyond wins and losses, it’s about proper development on the ice and making sure that young hockey players have a strong foundation of knowledge to be successful on and off the ice. The skills that help with success in hockey and life relate and I believe they are built around work ethic, perseverance, team work, a positive attitude, accountability and preparation. As much as being competitive is important, we also want the rink to be a fun environment that our players enjoy being a part of.

“People never want to be part of the process, but they to be part of the outcome. The process is where you figure out who’s worth being part of the outcome”