|Mite AA||Co-Head Coaches Jan Masopust and Tom Miller|
|Squirt CSDHL||Head Coach Ryan Taylor|
|Squirt AA||Head Coach Jan Masopust|
|Squirt A||Head Coach Tom Miller|
|PeeWee Major CSDHL||Head Coach Ryan Taylor|
|PeeWee Minor CSDHL||Head Coach Tony Gill|
|PeeWee A||Head Coach Tom Miller|
|Bantam Major CSDHL||Head Coach Bob Heelan|
|Bantam Minor CSDHL||Head Coach Tony Gill|
|Midget Major CSDHL||Head Coach Bob Heelan|
|Midget Minor CSDHL||Head Coach Bryce Anderson|
|CSDHL Goalie Director||Johnny Rutledge|
|NIHL Goalie Director||Mark Passalino|
|Girls U19||Head Coach Liz Zorn, Asst. Coach Laura Danforth|
|Girls U14 and U12||Head Coach & Girls Director Anne Dronen|
|GLASA||Head Coach Tony Fritz|
* Subject to change
The Falcons have planned the following 19 travel teams for 2013-14:
Pee Wee CSDHL Major
Pee Wee CSDHL Minor
Pee Wee A
Pee Wee B
Bantam CSDHL Major
Bantam CSDHL Minor
Midget CSDHL Major
Midget CSDHL Minor
Coaches to be named soon.
Tom Miller is the Director of the Falcons Hockey Association for the past 5 years and had been the Assistant Director for 7 years. Tom has 25 years of coaching experience from Mite AA to Midget level. Tom has over 17 AHAI State flags and over 13 NIHL flags. As Head Coach of his AA Mite Team last season, he won the President's Cup and NIHL Championship in the Elite division. Prior to joining the Falcons, Tom was the Director of Northbrook's Hockey league for 11 years and was an Assistant and Head Coach of Glenbrook North H.S. Hockey Team that included 3 State Championships. Tom played youth hockey since he was a Mite and continued to play for the University of St. Mary's, Minnesota.
Ryan Taylor is the Director of Central States Development Hockey League for the Falcons. Ryan, originally from Burlington, Ontario, Canada, grew up playing for the Burlington City Reps AAA Hockey Organization. After his Bantam season, he made the jump to the junior level, playing for the Burlington Cougars of the Ontario Junior Hockey League. Ryan played his collegiate hockey under Tony Fritz at Lake Forest College, where he was Captain for two years and recipient of the Taylor Award for outstanding play and leadership. Ryan is one of the most widely respected coaches in Illinois amateur hockey, joined the Falcons three years ago spending previous seasons with Loyola Academy, Chicago Young Americans, Chicago Mission and Bauer Selects. As a Head Coach for the Falcons, his teams have won numerous CSDHL championships, State Championships, and National Semi-Finalists. Ryan will continue to lead the Falcons efforts in strengthening the Central States Program while developing our young players at all levels.
Bob Heelan is the Director of Hockey for Falcons’ Bantam and Midget program. He has spent over 25 years coaching A, AA AAA, and High School Varsity hockey. Bob has 16 AHAI State Tournament flags, including State Championships, Central Region Championships and National Championship Finalist. He played hockey for the East Coast Hockey League, the Falcons Hockey Organization, Loyola Academy and the University of Kansas. Bob coached a few years for the Glenview Stars, a year with the Chill AAA, and will be coaching for his 20th year with the Falcons.
Jan Masopust continues with the Falcons with over 12 years of coaching experience. As the past Director of the Glacier National Hockey League, Jan has coached every skill level from Mite to Bantam, as well as being a coach for the Chicago Young American AAA program. Jan's experience includes coaching and teaching hockey in his native country of the Czech Republic where Jan played hockey before playing for North Dakota State. Jan led the Squirt CSDHL AA Falcons last year to CSDHL Championship and State Championship.
Tony Gill has worked with the USHL since May 2009, he coordinates the daily hockey operations activities of the league, directs USHL Player Development, and contributes to the overall marketing efforts of the USHL as the Director of Hockey Operations for the USHL. Gill was no stranger to the USHL having played two seasons for the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (2000-02) after enjoying a three-year prep career at Shattuck St. Mary’s. He earned a scholarship to play hockey at the University of Notre Dame. Gill played 74 games during his four-year career for the Irish and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Marketing from the school.
His coaching career started during the 2007-2008 season while helping coach the Chicago Young Americans with Ryan Taylor. The team finished runner-up at the state tournament. Gill has also helped coach at Team Illinois. During Gill’s second season coaching at the Falcon’s during the 2011-2012 season with the CSDHL Bantam Minor team, the team finished 2nd at the CSDHL Championships and 3rd at the Illinois State Championships. Last year while coaching the CSDHL Falcons Bantam Majors the team finished 1st at the CSDHL Championships, 1st at the Illinois State Championship, and 3rd at the USA Hockey National Championships.
Bryce Anderson joined the Falcons organization in 2011 as Assistant Coach of Midget Minors. After developing at the youth hockey program in his hometown of Waterloo, Iowa, Anderson began his Junior A career in 2000 with the Minot Muskies of the AWHL. He spent the following two seasons playing for the Rochester Mustangs and Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL. In 2003, Anderson was recruited as a walk-on to play for The Ohio State University and later earned a full athletic scholarship. As a four year letterman, Anderson skated in 141 contests for the Buckeyes and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Finance. Notable highlights of his Buckeye career include winning the 2004 CCHA Championship and participating in two NCAA Tournaments (2004 / 2005). Anderson was also voted Most Improved Player as a freshman by his teammates and was a four-time Academic All - Big Ten honoree. After his collegiate career came to a close in spring of 2007, Anderson spent 23 games professionally with the Dayton Bombers of the ECHL where he contributed to their playoff run to the Kelly Cup Finals. Last year while coaching the CSDHL Falcons Midget Minors the team finished 2nd at the CSDHL Championships, 1st at the Illinois State Championships, and 3rd at the USA Hockey National Championships.