Brock Sheahan was named the 12th Head Coach in Wolves history on August 23, 2022.
The 38-year-old spent the previous four seasons — including two-plus as head coach — with the Chicago Steel of the USHL.
During his tenure with the Steel, the organization won two Anderson Cups as the USHL’s regular-season champions (2019-20, 2020-21) and also captured the Clark Cup as league champions in ‘21.
The Lethbridge, Alberta, native first joined the Steel as an assistant coach for the 2018-19 season and Associate Coach for ’19-20. As head coach, he posted a 100-27-12-3 regular-season record and added an 8-3 mark in the playoffs.
Prior to joining the Steel, Sheahan spent four seasons on the coaching staff at Holy Cross, including two as Associate Head Coach.
Sheahan got his first taste of coaching when he served as an assistant for his alma mater, the University of Notre Dame, in 2013-14. That followed a career as a defenseman when he appeared in 161 games for Notre Dame from ’04-08 and recorded four goals and 29 assists. He was named an alternate captain during his senior year and helped guide the team to the ’08 National Championship game.
He later played five years of professional hockey in the AHL, ECHL and Germany.
Sheahan resides in the western suburbs with his wife, Ashley, and their children, Beau and Evelyn.