by | Sep 22, 2022

Justin is a former professional athlete with a 14 year playing career. Cox played four season with the Prince George Cougars of the WHL and was drafted in 1999 by the Dallas Stars.

Following the WHL, Cox moved onto the Utah Grizzlies in the AHL. After six seasons in the AHL, Cox moved on the ECHL and the DEL before retiring in 2011.

After retiring, Justin has been working as a coach in the Edmonton Minor Hockey Area as well as developing his own hockey development business. Outside of hockey, Justin is a certified Emergency Medical Responder, having worked in Parkland County as a Firefighter for 5 years.

“OHA Edmonton is excited to add Justin to our existing stable of head coaches. Justin brings a strong playing background, along with a development philosophy and skill set which matches OHAs goals for our student-athlete program.” Randall Weber

Cox’s adaptive and progressive coaching style, partnered with his excellent communication skills helps to create positive synergy with players, parents and colleagues alike. He looks forward to creating a positive culture where OHA student-athletes can achieve their highest potential skill development.

“I am very grateful for this tremendous opportunity to join such a proven and professional hockey development team. I am looking forward to being part of the illustrious and collaborative coaching staff at OHA. “

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