The 2018-19 season marks the 8th season that Greg Harris has owned the Pensacola Ice Flyers. He joined the ownership group as a minority partner back in June 2011, taking over majority control a season later. He made the move from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada to the gulf coast prior to the beginning of the 2011-12 regular season.
Growing up in small town Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada, Greg started playing hockey at the age of three and has been involved in some facet of the game ever since, playing hockey in the college ranks, coaching and scouting Canadian junior and major junior hockey, conducting hockey schools and power skating clinics, and now ownership.
Throughout his tenure, the Ice Flyers have won the SPHL President’s Cup three times (2013, 2014 and 2016), losing in the finals in 2012 and making semifinal and quarterfinal appearances in the other two seasons. Under his leadership, the team has also set hew heights in attendance, fan experience, market visibility and community outreach, which he gives credit to his entire organization, the fans of Ice Flyer Nation, and the corporate and media partners of the team.
Greg looks to continue and expand the success of the team and is committed to the longevity of the Ice Flyers in Pensacola.
Rod Aldoff coached the Ice Flyers during the 2013-16 seasons as well as part of the 2016-17 season when he took over for Kevin Hasselberg, leading the team to win two SPHL championships and one regular season championship. Over his time with the organization, Aldoff became the winningest coach in Ice Flyers history, totaling 113 regular season wins. He was named SPHL Coach of the Year for the 2013-14 season. He spent the last season and part of the previous season as a scout for the Edmonton Oilers of the NHL.
VP, Ticket Sales
Brittainy is entering her fourth season with the Ice Flyers. Born and raised in Pensacola, she went on to attend Pensacola State College, earning a degree in Organizational Administration. Brittainy got her start with the Ice Flyers in the 2014-15 season, serving as the Group Sales Manager. Brittainy’s prior experience includes working in the Athletic Department at Pensacola State College and Marketing Manager of Smoothie King. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and three labs: Max, Tucker, and Duke.
Jen enters her seventh season as the Ice Flyers’ athletic trainer. She is employed by Select Physical Therapy, working mainly with the Ice Flyers and the Blue Wahoos. Originally from Wisconsin, Jen has most recently worked for 7 years with a NAHL Junior A hockey team in Owatonna, MN. Prior to that, she worked for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire working with a variety of sports. Jen is very excited to be working with her two favorite sports at the professional level. In her free time Jen enjoys yoga, baking, and spending time at the beach.
|Mark “Bonez” Bradtmueller
Bonez is in his seventh season with the Ice Flyers after coming to the Ice Flyers from the Fort Wayne Komets.