Wolves Announce Trevor Karasiewicz as Head Coach

Watertown, NY - The Watertown Wolves, proud members of the Federal Hockey League announce the hiring of Trevor Karasiewicz as the third Head Coach in their history. 

Trevor was born on August 17th, 1982 in Thunder Bay, ON, and comes to the Wolves with a tremendous background as both a player and as a coach. Trevor played for his hometown Thunder Bay Bulldogs of the Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL), from 2001-2003, where he lead the league in scoring both years. He began his professional career for the Port Huron Beacons of the United Hockey League (UHL); later playing in the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) for the Winston-Salem Polar Twins, Pee Dee Cyclones, Huntsville Havoc, Richmond Renegades, Louisiana IceGators, Pensacola Ice Flyers, Fayetteville FireAntz, and the Mississippi RiverKings. Most recently, he played in the Federal Hockey League (FHL) for the New Jersey Outlaws, where he won the Commissioner's Cup, the Williamsport Outlaws, and finally, the Dayton Demonz.

Having retired as a player after the 2013-2014 season, Trevor entered into the next stage of his hockey career as he became the Head Coach of the Dayton Demonz. He took his team to the Playoffs both seasons, winning the Commissioner's Cup in 2013-2014, where he was named Coach of the Year in his first year as a professional coach. He later won his second championship as Head Coach for the Port Huron Prowlers in 2015-2016. 

Trevor brings a wealth of experience as both a player and coach to his new position as Head Coach of the Watertown Wolves. His connections throughout the hockey community will be a tremendous asset in recruiting and placing players. We are excited to be able to bring someone of Trevor’s background into the Den and believe the fans of the Wolves will be pleased as well.