Jamey Hicks

Jamey Hicks is elated to be the lead as Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations with the Birmingham Bulls.

Hicks retired from playing in 2001, after a 12 year career in which he captianed the ECHL Bulls for the five years he played in the Magic City. During his tenure with the Bulls he won numerous awards from the league including the leading scorer and MVP of the league. Most people will remember he was the first player in hockey history to record a natural shorthanded hat trick.He has spent  the last dozen years coaching, scouting, and developing players in his hometown of Peterborough Ontario.

Jamey is married to wife Kimberley of 24 years and they have two daughters Alyssa 22 and Mikayla 20.


PlayerHometownPositionBirthdateLast Team
1) Charlie MillenPeterborough, ONGDecember 10, 1992Laurentian Univ.
2) Myles McCauleySterling Heights, MIDApril 8, 1991Fayetteville SPHL
4) Andrew DarrigoOakville, ONDFebruary 22, 1992Evansville SPHL
6) Evan SchultzDurham, NHCApril 30, 1993Roanoke SPHL
7) Matt FullerLondon, ONDJanuary 31, 1993Cornwall, FHL
8) Nate MittonKitchener, ONRWJuly 27, 1992Univ. of Ontario, USports
9) Shane TopfEagle River, AKCDecember 26, 1992Huntsville Havoc
10) Craig SimchukWinniepeg, MBLWApril 21, 1989Columbus, SPHL
11) Justin LarsonBuckhorn, ONCMarch 23, 1990Tilburg Trappers, Germany
12) Phil TesorieroBoulder, CODSeptember 24, 1987Roanoke Rail, SPHL
17) Josh HarrisTorrance, CACApril 23, 1988Olofströms IK, Sweden
18) Graham YeoBracebridge, ONCNovember 12, 1992Laurentian Univ, USports
20) Taylor DickinWinnipeg, MBLWJanuary 23, 1989Dundee Stars EIHL (UK)
21) Brandon FehdGilbert, AZDJanuary 20, 1991Columbus, SPHL
23) Andy BathgateBrampton, ONCFebruary 26, 1991Columbus, SPHL
26) Steven PheeBalzac, ABCDecember 3, 1992Huntsville, SPHL
27) Alexander TaulienCrystal Lake, ILRWAugust 23, 1992Columbus, SPHL
30) Mavric ParksEganville, ONGMay 27, 1990Columbus, SPHL