Christopher Ceransky is entering his first year with Wolfe Hockey Development after moving to the area to apprentice under Jason Wolfe and take over the reigns as Head Coach of Team Maryland U18 AAA club. Prior to joining the Wolfe Hockey staff, Ceransky served three years in the NAHL as an Assistant Coach/Goalie Coach for the Wichita Falls Wildcats and then the Coulee Region Chill. During his time in the NAHL, Ceransky established himself in the elite ranks of player development. In just three years, 34 of his players have or will shortly make the jump to Division I hockey, including five of his six goaltender, and worked his way into the 100 win club. Ceransky has also trained six players selected to their respective National teams.
Before his time in the NAHL, Ceransky spent eight years as a coach and Midget Director with the New Jersey Renegades youth hockey club working under current Team Maryland Skills Director Cliff Graziano. Ceransky was instrumental in founding the organization’s junior team to compete in the
Metropolitan Junior Hockey League (Tier III), spending five years as the Renegades’ head coach and assistant general manager. Ceransky was also named the Hockey Director for Next Level hockey before leaving for Wichita Falls.