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Stan Dubicki
Goaltending Coach


Stan Dubicki has spent the last eight seasons as the Wolves goaltending coach. Prior to joining the organization, he worked for five years at Wendell Young’s Goaltending Academy.

In addition to his duties with the Wolves, the 53-year-old Dubicki has served as the head coach or goaltending coach for several Chicago-area high school teams — including the Maine girls hockey co-op team and Fenwick High School’s and Oak Park-River Forest’s boys teams.

Dubicki and his wife, Carla, and daughter, Nicole, live in Schiller Park.

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