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Stan Dubicki
Goaltending Coach

Stan Dubicki has served as the Wolves goaltending coach for the last nine seasons. 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 54-year-old is general manager of ice operations at Triphahn Center – the Wolves’ practice facility in Hoffman Estates. In that role, he oversees the hockey and skating programs and fulfills other duties throughout the building.

Dubicki has also been a head or goaltending coach for several Chicago-area high schools. Currently, he is the goalie coach for Leyden High School.

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


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