Coaching Staff

Jordan Hatzinger - Head Coach

Jordan Hatzinger - Head CoachJordan Hatzinger is a former junior hockey player, having played with the Guelph Hurricanes of the GOJHL for 4 years and finishing his playing career in the GMHL with the St. George Ravens. He then went on and coached the Ravens for 6 years.

When not coaching teams, Jordan owns and operates a training business called Hatzy Hockey Development throughout the summer, where he trains A, AA, AAA, Junior and Professional hockey players. 

He is looking to bring his experience to develop this young group and make a name for himself in the league.

Ray Martin - Assistant Coach and Assistant GM

Ray Martin - Assistant Coach and Assistant GM

Ray started coaching minor hockey in Georgetown in 2010, eventually winning an OMHA championship in 2020.

He played minor hockey with the Halton Hurricanes and Georgetown Raiders organization, and
Junior C with the Mooretown Flags while at school.

He has also been an OMHA referee for the past 20 years.


Jordan Clarke - Assistant Coach

Jordan Clarke - Assistant Coach - Caledon Bombers

Jordan grew up playing minor hockey in Guelph followed by four years of junior hockey with the St. George Ravens.

After his junior hockey career, he went on to play professionally in the Federal Prospects Hockey League (FPHL) before COVID-19 sidelined the league.

Since returning home, he went back to the St. George Ravens as an Assistant Coach under the wing of then Head Coach Jordan Hatzinger.

He has now brought his enthusiasm for winning and learning to Caledon to reunite with Head Coach Jordan Hatzinger on the bench of the Caledon Bombers, as he looks to uplift a young Jr. B squad, and to contribute to their development.


Evan Childs - Head Trainer

Evan Childs - Head Trainer

Evan Childs brings another aspect of expertise to the club with his strength and conditioning background. With 3 years of training athletes including triathletes, marathon runners, powerlifters, skiers, long drive competitors, professional dancers, youth baseball players and professional / collegiate level hockey players, he hopes to take player development and injury management to another level.

When not on the ice, Evan works amongst 90-plus physicians and specialists to offer a comprehensive range of diagnostic assessments and tailored programs to help individuals, families and corporations proactively manage their health and well-being.

We’re looking forward to having this level of experience at the Bomb Shelter for the 2022-2023 season.