Vernon Viper defenceman Kevin Kraus hoists the national Junior A championship RBC Cup in May

Kevin Kraus named Revelstoke Grizzlies assistant coach

The Revelstoke Grizzlies announced on July 27 that Kevin Kraus has been added as an assistant coach for the 2011/12 campaign.

The Revelstoke Grizzlies announced on July 27 that Kevin Kraus has been added as an assistant coach for the 2011/12 campaign.

“Kevin was a hard working player who has won two national championships with the Vernon Vipers,” notes head coach and general manager Randy Quackenbush. “We are extremely excited to have Kevin with our organization.”

Kraus captained the Vipers during their 2009-10 season, leading the team to a national Junior A championship. He will be joining new head coach Randy Quackenbush and associate coach Darren Komonoski.

Here’s Kevin Kraus’ player bio:

Drafted by the Kamloops Blazers in 2004.

2006-2007 Kamloops Blazers, WHL

2007-2008 Tri City Americans, WHL

2007-2008 Vernon Vipers BCHL

2008-2009 Vernon Vipers BCHL

2009-2010 Vernon Vipers (Captain) BCHL

 

2010-2011 CHL & SPHL Pro Hockey

 

 

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