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JJ Stallsworth

 
J.J. has been very active in hockey from a very young age.  He began taking skating lessons at the age of 2 ½ and started to play ice hockey at the age of 5. After working his way up through the Sylvania hockey system, he played four years of varsity high school hockey for Sylvania Southview.  While at Southview, he lead the team in scoring both Jr and Sr years and earned 2nd team all-NHC honors.  Following his high school career, he enrolled at The Ohio State University. 

While at Ohio State, JJ was in charge of the Intramural Ice Hockey department and also worked as a hockey referee and equipment manager.  In the fall of 1997, joined the Men's Club Ice Hockey Team at Ohio State, and almost instantly took over every aspect of the program when the coach left mid-season.  Throughout the ten years he was in charge of the OSU Club Hockey Team, the program was completely rebuilt from the ground up. As a direct result of JJ's time, effort,  hard work, dedication, and coordination, the team was able to grow into a very successful ACHA D-II powerhouse, with the team making two consecutive trips to the National Tournament in his final two seasons. At the end of his 5-year playing career, JJ had became the all-time leading scorer in OSU Club Hockey history.  During his time coaching at Ohio State, JJ served as a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association national ranking committee for four seasons and was the Southeast Regional Tournament Director in 2007.

JJ moved to High School hockey in 2007 when he became the Head Coach at Dublin Scioto. He spent 3 seasons there rebuilding their hockey program back up to Varisty status. In 2010 he lead the Irish to their first ever OHSAA District Tournament victory in school history. He is currently the Varsity Head Coach at Gahanna Lincoln High School.

JJ currently owns his own team sales / apparel business Team Xpress. He and his wife, Jen, live in Pickerington and have a daughter, Isabelle, and a son, Alexander.
 
Todd Stallsworth

 
Todd brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience to the Team Columbus Hockey Program.  He comes from Sylvania, OH where he competed for his high school hockey team and was voted First Team All-League and his team's Most Valuable Player as a senior.  Todd decided to pursue a mathematics degree at the Ohio State University in 1997.  While in school, Todd took over a struggling CAHA Pee Wee A Travel Team late in the season.  He doubled their wins from 6 in as many games and led them to an end of the season tournament championship.  During the 1999-2000 season, he led the same Pee Wee A team to a CSHL league title.

After completing another season as Head Coach for the Capital Amateur Hockey Association, he was offered the Goaltending Coach position at the Ohio State Club Hockey Team.  In his tenure as Goaltending Coach there, he was promoted to Recruiting Coordinator and Associate Coach where he brought in several in and out of state players to the program.  In 2003-2004, the Club Buckeyes took the Tri State Collegiate Hockey League championship.  The following season, the team competed in the strongest league in the country (Great Midwest Hockey League) and consistently maintained a top 7 ranking in the Southeast Region.  As the Goaltending Coach at Ohio State, Todd helped move 1 goaltender up to the Division I Varsity Program.

Todd holds a B.S. in Pure Mathematics and a minor in Education from The Ohio State University.  He also is an experienced on ice official and has officiated at all levels of hockey.  Todd was the Director of Official Development for Central Ohio from 2005-2009 and he has been the Goaltending Evaluator for the Mid American Hockey District since 1998. 

Todd is currently employed as a K-8 Teacher at Haugland Learning Center.