Shane Kuss played junior hockey with the Surrey Eagles, the team that would eventually retire his jersey at the South Surrey Arena. During his time with the Eagles, Shane set league-scoring records that still hold today. In 1997, the team won a league championship, Doyle Cup championship and participated in the final of the Royal Bank Cup. Shane attended the Canucks training camp in 2000 before heading oversees to play professionally before deciding to begin developing and coaching players. Shane was the Head Coach of the Delta Ice Hawks for 9 years, twice winning a league and provincial championship, before being named the Head Coach and GM of the Surrey Eagles from 2007-2010.
Matt Erhart played junior hockey with the Surrey Eagles and won the 1998 Royal Bank Cup National Championship. Matt played Div.1 hockey at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut and graduated as the second leading scoring defensemen in school history. Matt has been involved in coaching for the past 14 years from minor hockey to major junior. Matt was the Head Coach of the Surrey Eagles from 2010–2013. He led the Eagles to the BCHL Championship and a berth in the National Championships and earned BCHL Coach of the Year in 2012. Matt was the Assistant Coach of the Vancouver Giants (WHL)from 2013–2016 and most recently coached at the Delta Hockey Academy from 2015-2018.