First head coach in AHL history for the Condors. Has compiled a record of 90-78-19 (.532) in his two-plus seasons as an AHL head coach. On February 28, 2017, he recorded his 400th win as a head coach.
Replaced Todd Nelson as head coach in Oklahoma City (AHL) on December 15, 2014 and posted a 26-21-3-1 (.549) record, leading the Barons to their fifth straight postseason appearance.
Took the Barons to the second round after sweeping San Antonio in the Calder Cup Playoffs before falling in Game 7 to the eventual Western Conference Champions, Utica Comets.
Served as an assistant coach for the Oilers AHL team since 2008-09, both in Springfield (2008-10) and Oklahoma City (2010-2014), prior to taking over as head coach last season.
Spent eight seasons as a head coach in the ECHL from 2000-2008, with Tallahassee and most notably with the Florida Everblades from 2001-2008.
Posted an overall record of 282-162-60 (.619) with Florida including back-to-back Kelly Cup Finals appearances in 2004 and 2005.
Began his coaching career as an assistant coach in the AHL with Fredericton (1998-99) and Quebec (1999-2000) under current Montreal Canadiens Head Coach Michel Therrien.
As a player, played seven seasons in the AHL with Fredericton and earned a call-up to Montreal on two occasions which totaled 11 games in the NHL.
Joined the Condors (AHL) as an assistant coach in 2015-16 after serving as head coach of the 2014-15 ECHL Bakersfield Condors.
Compiled four consecutive 40-win seasons in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) with Lewiston and Blainville-Boisbriand.
Previously an assistant coach at his alma mater, Clarkson (NY) University, from 2003-2010.
As a player, he played under Fleming twice. Once, in Fredericton in 1998-99 where Fleming was an assistant coach. Second, in 2000-01, where he captained Fleming’s team in Tallahassee.
Assistant Coach & Manager of Hockey Operations
Enters his fourth season in the Oilers organization in 2017-18.
Joined the Oilers organization 2014-15 as an assistant coach with the Oklahoma City Barons.
Worked three seasons with the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets as a video coordinator/coach from 2011-2014.
Was a video coordinator with the Atlanta Thrashers for eight seasons, from 1999 until the team relocated to Winnipeg in 2011.
Played four seasons at Mercyhurst (Penn.) College from 1995-1999.
Johnson, 27, joins the organization after playing professionally with Springfield (AHL), Reading (ECHL), and Missouri (ECHL).
He will assist the coaching staff with video breakdown and analysis.
Originally from Bloomington, Minnesota, Johnson played four seasons of collegiate hockey at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
He is the son of Jim Johnson, who played 15 seasons in the NHL and is currently an assistant coach with the Edmonton Oilers.