Harlan Pratt, Executive Director

Harlan Pratt, A native of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, Pratt grew up playing hockey in Canada. At 20, Harlan started his extensive and successful professional hockey career playing for 15 years, 900 games in leagues across North America and Europe. In the 1997 NHL Entry Draft, Pratt was picked #124 overall in the fifth round by the Pittsburgh Penguins. Upon retirement in 2013, Harlan settled in the US and began giving back to youth hockey as a skills and development coach, working with beginners, and the elite D1 level athletes. He coached with the Nashville Jr Predators AAA organization and TPH hockey academy in Tennessee, as well as the owner/operator of 414 Performance specializing in elite development. With Harlan’s wealth of knowledge and experience, he can provide the long-term development path for each youth athlete and is a USA Hockey level 4 certified coach. Harlan and his wife Jules reside in the Mid Valley area, along with his son Hudson and daughter Quinn. 

Contact: director@aspenjuniorhockey.com

Jackie Ayers, Executive Assistant

Jackie Ayers has been serving Aspen Junior Hockey for over 25 years. She is a former AJH parent with a son who started as a 6U Mini-Mite and played through High School. After volunteering as a team manager, Jackie proudly served on the AJH Board of Directors. Her knowledge and understanding of youth hockey landed her a full-time job with AJH, where she continues to serve as the Executive Assistant. Among a variety of responsibilities, Ayers serves as the official registrar, scheduler, and SafeSport Coordinator to CAHA for all AJH players. 

Contact: jackieayers@aspenjuniorhockey.com

Brock Radunske, Hockey Operations

Brock Radunske was born in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada; Radunske played his youth hockey in Canada and D1 hockey for Michigan State University. In the NHL 2002 draft, Radunske was picked #79 overall in the third round by the Edmonton Oilers. Brock’s pro hockey career from 2004-2018 led him to play throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Brock was the first North American player to be signed with Anyang Halla and was granted citizenship so he could play for the South Korean National team. He played for Team Korea in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. After pro retirement, Brock’s passion for the game led to coaching youth hockey. He coached with the Belle Tire AAA organization and the TPH hockey academy in Michigan. His strong understanding of administration and skill development brought him to the mountains as the Director of Hockey Operations for the Mountain Select AA program. Brock, his wife Kelly, his daughter Lucy, and his son Bronson reside in the Mid Valley area.


Viacheslav Goev was born in Krasnodar, Russia Goev played his youth hockey in Russia, Slovakia, and the United States. He came to Aspen to play on the Aspen Leafs RMJHL U20 team for two seasons, bringing home the RMJHL Championship in 2016. Slava was named the MVP RMJHL defenseman in 2017, as well as honored with the Daily Award Sportsmanship Award. He played his last year of U20 hockey for the USPHL Hampton Road Whalers bringing home another Championship in 2018. He settled back in Aspen and joined the AJH coaching staff in 2018. As the current AJH skills coach, he is involved at every age level bringing his expertise in skating and skills to each player, and currently is a USA Hockey Level 4 certified coach. Viacheslav, his wife Iryna, daughter Makayla, and stepson Dominic live in the Aspen area.

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