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About Josh

CPGS COO, Lead Instructor

Josh Aycock is the current goaltending coach for the Aberdeen Wings in the NAHL, and has been a key component of CPGS' coaching staff and leadership since 2015. 


2020 is Josh's sixth summer with CPGS, coming to Canadian Professionals after a Junior hockey career that took him from Topeka, KS to Boulder, CO, to Bozeman, MT.


Josh has been the Goaltending Coach with the Aberdeen Wings since the 2016-17 season. Now four years into his time coaching with the Wings, Josh's goaltenders have gone on to commit to NCAA schools, win league awards, and most importantly a National Championship in 2019. 


Originally from Denver, Colorado, Josh now lives in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, and coaches youth and high school goaltenders locally as well. 


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Josh's Accolades

  • 2020-21 Season

    • NAHL Robertson Cup Finalist

    • NAHL Most Valuable Player

    • NAHL Goaltender of the Year

    • NAHL Goaltender of the Month​

      • Jacob Sibell, Dec. 2020, Jan., Mar., Apr. 2021​

  • 2019-20 Season

    • NAHL Goaltender of the Month​

      • Henry Welsch, Dec. 2019​

  • 2018-19 Season

    • NAHL Robertson Cup National Champion 

    • NAHL Goaltender of the Year 

    • NAHL Playoff MVP 

    • NAHL Goaltender of the Month

      • Matt Vernon, Dec. 2018, Jan. 2019​

  • 2017-18 Season

    • NAHL Top Prospect

      • Gabe Vinal

  • 2016-17 Season

    • NAHL Central Division Goaltender of the Year

      • Forbes Ploszaj

Josh's Goalie Commitments

  • 2020-21, Niagara University, Atlantic NCAA DI - Jacob Sibell

  • 2019-20, UMass Lowell, Hockey East NCAA DI - Henry Welsch

  • 2018-19, Colorado College, NCHC NCAA DI - Matt Vernon

  • 2017-18, Brown Univ., ECAC NCAA DI - Gabe Vinal

  • 2016-17, ​​St. Scholastica, NCHA NCAA DIII - Forbes Ploszaj

  • 2016-17, Finnish Pro Leagues - LeKi Mestis - Arttu Kulmala

3 Generations
My Brother Toby
Skiing w/ Mom & Connor
CPGS Coaches Climb Mt. Evans! (14,265 ft
Bulls on Parade
Rush River, WI
Iron Bowl with Connor
Top of Mt. Bierstadt (14,065 ft)
Toby Caught a Stick
Fam at DMB
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