HEAD COACH – TREVOR STEWART
Trevor Stewart has been the Ice Dogs Head Coach since the 2011-12 season. Coach Stewart has over 10 years of coaching experience, has coached two Robertson Cup Championship teams (2014, 2016) and has secured Division 1 college commitments for over 50 players since joining the Ice Dogs.
Stewart came to Fairbanks after spending time as an assistant coach for the St. Louis Bandits in the NAHL. During his season in St. Louis, the Bandits won the regular season North Division title and compiled the second best record in the league.
Prior to St. Louis, he spent two seasons as the Head Coach of the Missoula Maulers Tier III Junior A hockey team out of Missoula, Montana and the Northern Pacific Hockey League. Over the two years, the Missoula Maulers went 61-35 and qualified for the Cascade Cup Playoffs both seasons. During this time, ten Missoula players were recognized with all-league honors. Stewart was also selected as the head coach of the Northern Pacific Hockey League all-star team.
ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH – SCOTT DEUR
Scott Deur’s was named assistant coach of the Fairbanks Ice Dogs for the 2015-16 season and was promoted to associate head coach prior to the 2018-2019 season. Prior to joining the Ice Dogs he was Assistant Coach for the La Crosse Freeze in the NA3HL, where he helped start and grow that Organization. Before that he played NCAA hockey at Saint Mary’s University in Winona Minnesota.