Head Coach and General Manager

Tayler Sincennes
Cell: (403) 848-1291


Following a three-year KIJHL playing career with the Fernie Ghostriders between 2014-2017, Tayler began coaching minor hockey with the Red Deer Midget AA team. Tayler came to the Rockies organization for the 2021-22 season as an assistant coach. He strives to build and maintain a winning culture within the locker room for all the players and the





Associate Head Coach/GM

Tucker Braund
Cell: (250) 551-7120


After playing four years at Northern Arizona university in the ACHA, Tucker went on to play one season in Nurnberg Germany. Prior to joining the Rockies during the 2021-22 season, Tucker spent some time personal training athletes in Calgary as well as a short stint working for STIX academy. Tucker enjoys contributing to a winning culture on and off the ice in the Columbia Valley and helping players develop further in their careers.





Assistant Coach

Tanner Wit


Tanner Wit started his KIJHL career with the Golden Rockets and finished it with the Kimberley Dynamiters through 2014-2016. He achieved a City Championship in Calgary(2017) with the team he would go on to Head Coach. Wit head coached the Jr.B Rangers of the CalJHL for 5 seasons and attained 2 City Championships back to back in 2021-22 & 2022-23, with a provincial bronze in 2022-23. Tanner comes to Rockies with a strong skill set and an eagerness to develop strong minded players as well as successful young adults.




Team Trainer
Dr. Karen Fahrni
Office: (250) 409-9628

Dr. Karen is a local chiropractor within the community and started her tenure with the Rockies organization in the fall of 2017. As a former competitive swimmer at the national level, Dr. Karen’s practice is sport-focused with added training in soft tissue therapies. She is also an NCCP Level 2 Swim Coach and was the Head Coach of the Columbia Valley Otters Swim Club for 13 seasons. With a passion for high performance, Karen has worked as a chiropractor and team trainer at Ironman triathlons, marathons, and the Crossfit Games and most recently with the BC Wildfire Service. Karen attends most home and travel games providing assessment and treatment for players.




Director of Player Personnel
Scott Dubielewicz

The ongoing success of the Columbia Valley Rockies is extremely important to Scott Dubielewicz and his family. He first joined the Rockies organization in 1995 and had various roles including Assistant Coach, General Manager and Head Coach, through 2000. Over the course of those five seasons, the club finished first overall, twice, first in the Eddie Mountain Division three times, and went to the league finals once. Scott is a longtime resident of Invermere, and his current duties with the club include pre-­scouting, prospect scouting, and recruitment.