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Welcome to Guardians Hockey

Home of JR. Guardians Tier 1 Hockey


Guardians Tier I Hockey offers high end players in youth hockey the opportunity to develop and compete at the highest levels of hockey available in North America at their ages by and through USA Hockey and WAHA (Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association). Our program is designed to push players to reach their full potential both on and off the ice.

Guardians Tier I Hockey will train and compete out of Valley Sports Academy located in Lake Hallie, WI. Valley Sports Academy is a 116,000 Square Foot multi-sport training facility housing a 65'x130' training ice rink, 6,000 Square Foot off-ice training space which includes 4 synthetic ice shooting lanes, Rapid Shot, Rapid Hands, and skating treadmill, 6,000 Square foot weight room, 16,000 square foot turf field house, 30,000 square foot turf ball field, 7 batting cages, 6 bull pen lanes, event room, and Bar/Simulator space. 


Our program will be a true professional style program helping your player take their game to their next level. 


Meet Our Coaches



Originally from Battleford, SK, Canada, Bryce has had an extensive career in Hockey, some of his experience includes: 

  • 2 years in the BCHL  ( Salmon Arm and Penticton Vees ) 

  • 4 Years at Minnesota State Mankato D1 ( 2012-2016 ) 

  • 8 years of Pro Hockey Experience

    •  4 years in the AHL ( Chicago Wolves and Iowa Wild )

    • 4 years in Europe ( Switzerland, Germany, Norway ) 


From Barron/Chetek, WI, Alex grew up playing hockey since the age of 8.  He played 2 years of Junior Hockey after High School, one for the North Iowa Bulls and another with the Minnesota Blue Ox before playing a season of NCAA D3 for Finlandia University. 


Originally from Mequon, WI, she transitioned to full-time goalie in her second year of squirts. She played high school and tier 1 hockey for three years and started training with Larry Clemens in Madison her sophomore year of high school. Erin has been training and coaching with him ever since. In college, she played for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for four years. 


From Salt Lake City, Utah Jonathan has been training and coaching hockey players for the past 3 years.


Jonathan is a world champion speed skater with the following accolades:

  • Two-time (2X) Olympian:

    • 2014 Sochi, Russia

    • 2018 Pyeongchang, South Korea

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