Josh Dixon Joins Broncos Staff (Interview)

Josh Dixon (Photo Regina Pats)

Josh Dixon (Photo Regina Pats)

The Swift Current Broncos named former Regina Pats assistant coach Josh Dixon as their associate coach today. Dixon stepped down from his gig with the Pats after a surprising division championship as a part of changes that saw coach Malcom Cameron surprisingly relieved of his duties. Dixon played a large role with the Pats the last three seasons after working with the OHA and eight years as a coach in college hockey. He has a variety of experience and brings a number of skills to the Broncos. I’ll let him and his old boss explain it…

Interview with Broncos Associate Coach Josh Dixon (Download)

Interview with former Regina Pats Coach Malcom Cameron (Download)

I came out of that conversation impressed. He has quite a background and is very well spoken. He’s clearly a hungry and motivated coach who could bring a new element to the coaching staff. What do you think?

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Play by Play Broadcaster for the WHL's Swift Current Broncos on 94.1 FM The Eagle.
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3 Responses to Josh Dixon Joins Broncos Staff (Interview)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Shawn a/o Broncos fans: would you trade Steenbergen, Odgers, 1st for Braydon Point?

    • shawnmullin says:

      That kind of trade you’d have to be pretty convinced you were going for a championship this year.

      Did you hear that somewhere as an idea or just your thought?

  2. “Shawn a/o Broncos fans: would you trade Steenbergen, Odgers, 1st for Braydon Point
    my personal opinion – no I wouldn’t.
    but of course this is only mine.

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