Girls Hockey

Jeff Wahl

Program Philosophy

Philosophy and Policies: It is our goal to continue to build the girls' hockey program by developing young women to be better hockey players and better individuals; both on and off the ice. We believe that family, school and God come first and our hockey program is an extension of the TG classroom. 

We Expect From Each Player: 
1) To work hard and improve their own skills. 
2) To understand that the team comes first and all decisions made are for the betterment of the team. 
3) A positive attitude at all times, during school, practice, games, and in the locker room. 
4) Respect your teammates, coaches, opponents, referees, parents, spectators. 

We are looking for hockey players that want to play with a dynamic team with great team chemistry and spirit led by a dedicated coaching staff with very high expectations of each individual team member.

Coaching Staff

Jeff Wahl, Varsity Head Coach

Jeff Wahl comes to Totino-Grace from Chaska/Chanhassen where he spent four years as the girls hockey head coach. During his tenure with the Stormhawks he received two Section 2AA Head Coach of the Year awards and his teams won three consecutive conference championships. Jeff notes, “I am most proud of helping 14 student-athletes reach their goal of playing college hockey.” Prior to his time at Chaska/Chanhassen, he coached at Armstrong High School, Willmar High School, and Chaska high school in addition to leading the Willmar A Bantams to three VFW State Tourneys.

Jeff shares, “I believe in creating a positive, fun environment and focusing on the important things that lead to winning, rather than winning as the goal. I genuinely care about each student-athlete and build individual relationships with each one to better understand their personal goals and dreams for the season, their high school careers and possibly college.

Jeff spends his time away from the rink as a Class A PGA Professional and has served at Hazeltine National Golf Club, Eagle Creek Golf Club in Willmar and Elm Creek Golf Course in Plymouth. Currently, he is the pro at Cedar Creek Golf Course in Albertville.

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