Brian Kilrea was the head coach of the Ottawa 67s from 1974-84, then again from 1987-2009 and is currently their General Manager. He has more wins than any other hockey coach in junior hockey history and the CHL Coach of the Year award is named after him. Kilrea was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003. In 29+ seasons as head coach of the Ottawa 67's, he had only six losing seasons-an astonishing number in junior hockey.
James Duthie is one of North America's most recognized hockey media personalities, best known as the host of The NHL on TSN and for his coverage of the World Junior Championships. He is a regular contributor to TSN.ca (columns and blogs) and hosts TSN's annual NHL Draft coverage and Free Agent Frenzy. He is national co-host for CTV/TSN's coverage of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. James's work on TSN's hockey broadcasts is seen throughout the US on the NHL Network and the Centre Ice package. He also appears weekly on the NHL Live show on Sirius Satellite Radio. James has been nominated for a Gemini six times and has also won TV Guide's "Sportscaster of the Year" award. His work has appeared in The Hockey News and Today's Parent and he writes a weekly column for the Ottawa Citizen. He is a graduate of the Carleton University School of Journalism.