Totino-Grace

Girls Hockey

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

Scott Bond, Varsity Head Coach
scott.bond@totinograce.org

Totino-Grace welcomes new head varsity coach for the 2019-2020 season.

Over the past 22 years, Scott Bond has been involved in hockey at many levels and has established himself as one of the game’s top performance coaches. Scott has developed a reputation as an expert in many areas of the sport through an analytical and progressive approach to skill development. He has coached and worked with more than 20 hockey associations, programs, and teams throughout the metro area, bringing home district titles and a making a few state tournament appearances.

Prior to his coaching career, Scott played hockey at Frank B. Kellogg in Roseville and at Hamline University. At Hamline, Scott earned a Bachelor of Science degree Exercise Science and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology. His early years of coaching were focused on conditioning and player development.  He has been a Minnesota Special Assignment scout for several Junior A programs over the past 8 years and is currently scouting for the Edmonton Oilers Group, focusing on bantam and high school talent for their WHL franchise.

Coach Bond’s innovative and practical approach to fundamental skill development is relevant to today's game. His process for transferable skill development allows his players to be highly effective at each advancing through each level of play. Scott also develops strong bonds and relationships with his athletes, allowing him to best guide them through the various levels of hockey and helping them reach their full and maximum potential -- in the game and in life.

Off the ice, Scott completed a 25-year career with the Department of Corrections in Hennepin County with multiple roles in both the juvenile and adult divisions. He currently owns and manages True Foundation Hockey, a faith-based athletic program that blends spiritual, athletic, and leadership skills into the developmental curriculum. The program was named after I Corinthians 3:11 “For no one can lay a foundation other than the one already laid which is Jesus Christ.” 

Scott and his wife, Jodi, reside in Maplewood and have three adult children. 

The 2019 Athena Award Winner is Eagle Softball and Hockey Player, Ella Eibensteiner '19

Because of her unique contributions in softball and hockey, Ella Eibensteiner is Totino-Grace's 2019 Athena Award Winner. Her many athletic honors include the following: 8-time varsity letter winner, 5 conference awards, 1 section awards, 3 MVP awards, and the honor of be chosen captain 2 times.  

University of Minnesota, Crookston, is Ella’s next stop to further her education, pursuing a pre-med degree. She will also play softball for the Golden Eagles.  

The Athena poster, showcasing Ella's many superior accomplishments, is on display in the trophy case, outside of the gym.