Marty Quarters – Head Coach
With 30 years of coaching experience. Marty started his coaching career with Little Caesars which produced seven NHL Draft Picks and four 1st Round Picks. His proven track record in coaching, recruiting and player promotion have spanned across teams at; NCAA D1, USHL, NAHL, JR.A, and AAA levels. Marty has managed and ran four USHL Drafts and four NAHL Drafts, making a name for himself by identifying the top prospects in the country as well as guys who fly under the radar. Some examples being Tim Kennedy (Drafted by Buffalo Sabres), Drake Caggiula (Buffalo Sabres), Kevin Labanc (Drafted by San Jose Sharks) and Jeff Zatkoff (Drafted by LA Kings) to name just a few.
Marty has had a hand in developing guys that have not only played NCAA D1 and Major Juniors but also has a trend in producing players to these programs as leaders and captains of their teams. His long list of players ranges from guys winning Stanley Cups, NCAA D1 Championships, Hobey Baker Award Winners, Major Junior Player of The Year and Major Junior Championships.
Marty’s coaching tree of former players now ranges from not only developing players as top athletes across the world but also developing from behind the bench and player development. Former players now coach in the NHL, ECHL, NCAA D1, Major Juniors and USHL.
Justin Biehl – Assistant Coach
Justin Biehl has been coaching hockey since 2002. Over the course of the last 20 years, Biehl has coached at the youth, AAA, and Junior A levels. Prior to joining the Spud Kings Organization, Biehl served as Goaltending Director for the Arvada Hockey Association, in Arvada, Colorado. Before Arvada, Biehl worked with the Boulder Hockey Club, Boulder Bison Junior A Team, and the Superior RoughRiders AAA Program. Biehl has developed many goaltenders that have gone on to play junior hockey (USHL, NAHL, USPHL, EHL), and NCAA D1 and NCAA D3 hockey. Biehl also served as a Colorado state evaluator for USA Hockey Development Camps and presented coaching materials and instruction at USA Hockey CEP Levels 1-3.
Biehl graduated from Colorado State University in 2002, with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Health and Wellness and played three seasons for the Ram’s ACHA team. When not at the ice rink, Biehl can be found enjoying the outdoors with his wife Ashley, daughter Addilyn and two dogs.