Cody Dion Decade-Long Professional Hockey Career Now 2024/25 Season Tier 1 Head Coach

Colorado Springs native Cody Dion has left an indelible mark on the world of hockey with a remarkable 10-year professional career. Dion's journey began on the ice of the 18U Tier 1 hockey league, representing the Pikes Peak Miners, before taking his talents across borders to Canada and beyond.

Dion's played in Canada for the Okotoks Oilers in the AJHL for two seasons. During his time with the team, he played over 100 games, amassing an impressive 92 points, and accumulating 177 penalty minutes. His standout performance caught the attention of scouts, leading him to commit to playing NCAA D1 hockey for the University of Alabama Huntsville.

After a successful season with the UAH Chargers, Cody Dion decided to take his skills to the international stage. He embarked on a two-season journey in Finland, competing in the Suomi-sarja league. This experience marked a pivotal moment in his career, laying the foundation for what would become a decade-long professional endeavor.

Dion's professional career unfolded in various leagues, including the CHL, FHL, and SPHL in America. His dedication to the sport and consistent performance on the ice culminated in a victorious end to his career. The pinnacle came as he secured the Presidents Cup in the SPHL with the Peoria Riverman.

As the final buzzer sounded on his illustrious career, Cody Dion's statistics spoke volumes about his impact on the game. With 379 games played, 259 total points, and 698 penalty minutes. Dion's journey from the local rinks of Colorado to international arenas stands as a testament to his passion, skill, and unwavering commitment to the sport he loves. We consider ourselves fortunate to have him as an invaluable assistant coach and future head coach for our team, where his expertise continues to leave an indelible mark on the world of hockey.