Bobby Feaster Joins TPH-St. Louis Team
May 28, 2020//Comments Off on Bobby Feaster Joins TPH-St. Louis Team
TPH is pleased to announce that Bobby Feaster has joined the TPH-St. Louis team as a Player Development Coach / Mentor. Feaster brings a dynamic of hockey administrative, instruction and operations-related experience to the position.
“I am extremely excited to add Bobby Feaster to the TPH-St. Louis staff.” said Philip McRae, TPH-St.Louis Director of Hockey-Operations. “Bobby has experience on the operations and analytical side of the game at every high level, from Division 1 college hockey, to the American Hockey league, as well as the National Hockey League. Bobby has a wealth of experience where I do not. I believe our combined knowledge on all sides of the game gives us the ability to not only run the program to its full potential, but more importantly, allow us to make the greatest positive impact on each student-hockey player that comes through the CoE. I am excited to get Bobby to St. Louis, up to speed, and get to work with him.”
A native of Hershey, PA, Feaster spent the 2019-2020 season as the Team Services Coordinator for the Manitoba Moose of the AHL. In his role with the Moose, who are the AHL affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets, Feaster was responsible for many critical behind the scenes functions for the Moose, who many in hockey regard as one of the American Hockey League’s model franchises.
Prior to his arrival in Manitoba, Bobby served on the hockey coaching staff at the University of North Dakota in a variety of roles under the direction of Brad Berry as a student manager . While at UND, the 25-year-old graduated, cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and made the Dean’s list three years in a row.
In addition, Feaster has served as an intern for the Columbus Blue Jackets , has won a championship as a youth hockey player in Calgary, Alberta and has grown up around the game his entire life. Bobby’s father Jay is a former National Hockey League General Manager, having guided the Tampa Bay Lightning to the Stanley Cup in 2004.
Everyone within the TPH family joins Philip McRae in welcoming Bobby to the team.