O’Rourke Accepts Assistant Coach Position With Oshawa

PRINCE GEORGE BC – The Prince George Cougars have announced that Director of Player Development Steve O’Rourke has accepted an Assistant Coach position with the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).

O’Rourke has been a part of the Cougars staff since 2016, serving as an Associate Coach and then most recently as the Director of Player Development. The Cougars would like to thank Steve for his contributions to the organization and to the City of Prince George and wish him success in Oshawa.

About the Prince George Cougars The Prince George Cougars have been a proud member of the Western Hockey League since 1994. The Cougars play out of the CN Centre, a 5,971-seat multipurpose arena that opened in 1995.The Cougars are owned by EDGEPRo Sports & Entertainment Ltd. The ownership group bought the Cougars in 2014 and the group consists of former Cougars Dan Hamhuis and Eric Brewer and local businessmen Ernest Ouellet, John Pateman, Greg Pocock and Raymond Fortier.

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