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Anthony Bohn, from Spring Hill, Florida is entering his 15th  season coaching AAA, Junior and professional hockey. 


Bohn most recently spent the last two seasons with the Windy City Storm u18 program based in Chicago, Il. In his two seasons with Windy City, he moved on over 20 players into junior hockey along with 3 D1 commitments. Also, with the Storm they won the 2023-2024 Illinois state championship, 2023-2024 Midwest District Championship and a berth in the USA Hockey National Championships. 


Anthony also spent 2 seasons in the ECHL with the Maine Mariners in charge of developing defensemen and the PK, in 19-20 Mariners PK was top 5 in the ECHL and seen countless players promoted into the AHL. 


Bohn spent the bulk of his coaching career in the NAHL and NA3HL. In the NA3HL, he coached the Topeka/Atlanta Capitals where he amassed over 100 wins in 3 seasons and moved over 30 players into D3 and NAHL during that time. He also won the South Division championship twice as part of the Capitals organization. 


In the NAHL, he was an assistant coach for the Topeka Roadrunners, Aberdeen Wings and was Head Coach of the El Paso Rhinos in 2021-2022. As an assistant coach with Topeka, Bohn was part of winning a South division playoff championship and a Robertson Cup appearance. With Aberdeen, he was part of winning a Central division playoff championship, a Central division regular season championship and a Robertson cup appearance. While in the NAHL as either a Head Coach or an Assistant Coach, Bohn helped develop and promote over 75 players to D1 hockey. 

"Anthony has a proven track record at the Tier 2 junior hockey level," said Spud Kings General Manager, Erik Hudson. "He's been a strong recruiter, coach and representative for any organization that he has been associated with. It's not every day that we're able to bring in a hockey mind like his, who also has a great track record developing young hockey players into professionals."

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