Coaches
  • Curtis Fisher
    Curtis is the Tier Hockey Director of the Pasadena Maple Leafs and Rose City Pats, and is also is the Head Coach for the Rose City Pats 14AA and 16AA teams. Curtis played at the Banff Hockey Academy in Alberta from 2007 until graduating in 2008, then played AAA with the Ohio Jr Blue Jackets from 2008-2009. He followed this with a successful career in Junior Hockey playing for the Portland Jr. Pirates and Long Beach Bombers from 2009 – 2011, during which he was selected as a WSHL All Star. While playing for NYU, he was Named Freshman All Star during the 2011–2012 season,  and was named Team East All Star during the 2012 – 2013 season, ultimately leading the Violets to a National Championship in 2015.  Curtis has been a tier hockey coach for the Pasadena Maple Leafs and Rose City Pats since his return to California in 2016, and was named NAPHL 14U Coach of the Year for for  2020 – 2021.

  • Michael Walker

  • Spencer McClay
    Spencer is the Club Goaltending Coach for the Pasadena Maple Leafs and the Rose City Pats. Spencer played AAA hockey with the California Stars, Colorado Rampage, and LA selects over his youth hockey career in Southern California. He played Juniors with the Walpole Express in the ATJHL, before going on to a successful professional hockey career with the Ontario Reign, Mississippi River Kings, and the Pensacola Ice Flyers. For the 2021– 2022 season, Spencer has been named a USA Hockey Goaltending Development Lead for Southern California. He also provides goalie instruction for Damien High School and Cal State Fullerton.

  • Stewart Ramirez
    Stewart Ramirez has been in integral part of the Pasadena Maple Leafs coaching staff, and joins the Rose City Pats Tier Program for the 2021– 2022, for which he's been named Head Coach of the 18UAA team. A multi-sport athlete, Stewart played youth hockey in SCAHA from 2003 – 2014 for several teams, including the Maple Leafs, leading teams to 3 SCAHA Championships and leading the State in points in 2014. From 2015 to 2018 he helped develop and run our ADM program while working as an assistant coach for the 16UAA, and served as ADM Development Director from 2018 – 2021. He also served as head coach of the Bantam A team for the 2018 – 2019 season.