CZHA Welcomes Matthew Gauld as Head Coach for the Midget Program, News (Clarington Zone Hockey)

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CZHA Welcomes Matthew Gauld as Head Coach for the Midget Program
Submitted By Nicole Schoonderbeek on Tuesday, May 08, 2018
The CZHA is pleased to welcome Matthew Gauld to the position of head coach for our midget team for the 2018/19 season. Matt has an accomplished coaching resume and for the past two seasons has held an integral part in the Toros Midget AAA program, helping the team win OMHA silver in 2016/17. He was previously the assistant coach of the Whitby Midget AAA team, helping them to win OMHA gold in the 2014/15 and 2015/16, and OHF bronze in 2014/15 and silver in 2015/16.

Click the Read More link to read more about Matthew's accomplished coaching resume and details about Paul Pascuzzi's next big role in hockey in the Durham Region.


Further to his experience in minor hockey, Matthew was an assistant coach and academic liaison with the UOIT Ridgebacks in 2015. He played three seasons with the Whitby Fury and Bowmanville Eagles in the OJHL, as well as one season with the Bay Ducks of the NSJHL, winning the Nova Scotia Jr B championship in 2011.

Matthew succeeds Paul Pascuzzi, who was the midget head coach from 2016-2018. In addition, Paul made many contributions to the CZHA as the head of coach and player development for the 2017-2018 season. Paul has accepted a position as the Business and Operations Manager for Okanagan Hockey Ontario

Matthew is thankful for Paul’s mentorship in preparing him for this opportunity with the Clarington Zone AAA program. He looks forward to continuing the development of our Toros players and helping them to achieve both hockey and school aspirations.

The CZHA is pleased to add a coach of Matthew’s caliber to our roster, and wishes Paul all the best in his new position.

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