Dale Derkatch was born in Preeceville, Saskatchewan, and grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he played the majority of his minor hockey. At 14 years old, Dale moved to Wilcox, Saskatchewan, to attend the prestigious Athol Murray College of Notre Dame and play for the ND Hounds.
After Notre Dame, Dale went on to play for the Regina Pats of the WHL from 1981-1985. As a player, Dale was one of the most prolific scorers in WHL history. Among his WHL records are: career playoff points (103), career playoff assists (73) and most points in one playoff season (53 in 1984). He was the WHL Rookie of the Year in 1982 and won the league scoring title in 1983. The speedy centre played for Canada at the World Junior Championships in 1983 and 1984 and played on the Canadian Olympic team in 1984. He was a 7th round draft pick of the Edmonton Oilers in 1983. Dale went on to a 14 year professional career in Europe, playing in Elite Leagues in Finland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland.
When he decided to retire from playing in Europe in 1998, Dale returned to Regina and began working as an Amateur Scout for the Washington Capitals of the NHL. He travelled across Canada, the United States, and Europe, identifying, evaluating and assessing draft eligible players for the NHL entry draft.
After spending 6 seasons with the Caps, Dale decided to make a change, and in 2004, he accepted the position of Director of Hockey Development at Notre Dame College in Wilcox, Saskatchewan. Dale oversaw all aspects of the hockey department and also started his coaching career. As a coach at Notre Dame, Dale's teams were very successful, winning numerous tournaments and league championships. Dale was selected the SMAAAHL Coach of the Year in 2006-07 and was finalist for the award in two other seasons while at Notre Dame.
During the 2008-09 season, Dale was the Head Coach of the Regina Pats of the WHL. The following season, Dale accepted the position of Director of Player Personnel for the Prince Albert Raiders of the WHL where he oversaw the Raiders' scouting department and was responsible for the Raider selections at the annual WHL Bantam Draft. In 2015, Dale accepted the position of Amateur Scout with the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, a position that he currently holds.
Dale and his wife, Maria, currently reside in Regina with their 4 children, daughter, Madison (1996), and 3 sons, Dale Jr. (2004), Dayce (2007), and Drake (2010).
Todd Liskowich was born and raised in Regina, where he played minor hockey. He has been involved with hockey his whole life, at many levels and in several capacities.
Todd worked with the Regina Pats of the WHL and the University of Regina Cougar Hockey Program in the capacity of trainer and video analyst. During those years, Todd gained exposure, experience and expertise in the technical aspects of the game. Todd's philosophy is to focus on the skill within the drill to allow the player to have the desired practice to game transfer.
Todd got his start in power skating by assisting Cheryl Hembroff with her Proper Power Skating Program in the early 1990's. Over the last 3 years, Todd has had the privilege of mentoring under Liane Davis with her Professional Program based in Regina. Todd has also been the lead instructor for the Arcola East Community Association skating program and the Regina NorthWest Community Association skating program for the last 3 years.
Todd has coached several levels of hockey from Initiation to Midget AAA hockey in Regina, Saskatoon, and at Notre Dame College in Wilcox, Saskatchewan. He prides himself on continual education and his current cerrtification includes: High Performance I, Development I, Body Checking, Hockey Canada Skating and Skills Certification, NCCP A, NCCP B, CanPower Skating Instructor Certification, and Certified Sports Vision Trainer (Dynamic Edge).
Recently, Todd has offered hockey Skills and Drills camps to hockey players in Regina. From 2009 to 2013, Todd worked as a part-time scout for the Prince Albert Raiders of the WHL. For 10 years, Todd also served as a police officer in Regina and Saskatoon.
Todd and his wife, Sarah, currently reside in Regina with their three children; Alex (2002), Kate (2004) and Tyler (2006).
Tony Vogel was born and raised in Regina, where he played all his minor hockey. Tony played Midget AA for the Regina Pat Canadians and then moved on to play for the Regina Pats of the WHL for the 1981-82 season. The following 2 seasons, Tony played for the Kamloops Junior Oilers of the WHL, culminating in a Memorial Cup appearance in 1984.
Tony attended the University of Saskatchewan, playing for the Huskies in 1984-85, before moving on to a 12 year professional hockey career in Germany. During his professional career, Tony played for the 1991-92 German National Team and finished in the top 10 in scoring with the Rosenheim Star Bulls in 1992. With the Munich Mad Dogs of the German Elite League, Tony played in the Spangler Cup in Davos, Switzerland in 1992, and won a German National Championship in 1994, going to the finals on 2 other occasions.
After retiring from hockey, Tony moved to British Columbia, Canada. In BC, he worked as a golf pro, teaching natural golf techniques to clients of all ages. Tony also coached minor hockey in BC for 6 years, before moving back to Regina in 2012. Tony has his developmental one coaching level.
Tony currently resides in Regina with his wife, Karen. They have four children: Jessica, Rachel, Tatjana, and Nicolas.
Maria Derkatch was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. She graduated from West Virginia University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sport Management. Maria then went on to work for Washington Sports and Entertainment, the parent company of the NBA's Washington Wizards, NHL's Washington Capitals, and WNBA's Washington Mystics. While with this company, Maria worked in customer service, sales, and game operations, until becoming the Executive Assistant to the General Manager/Vice President of the Washington Capitals. While with the Caps, Maria was the main liaison between the team and the NHL regarding player contracts and player movement. She also handled all staff and player immigration and naturalization petitions and worker's compensation claims, while overseeing all daily functions of the hockey operations department. Maria met Dale Derkatch while working for the Washington Capitals and left the Caps organization to get married and move to Regina, Saskatchewan.
In recent years, Maria has handled all operational aspects of All Offence Hockey, the company she started with Dale. These hockey camps and clinics focus on offensive skills and scoring techniques. Maria's responsibilities include developing and maintaining the company website, processing player registrations, and overseeing all marketing, sponsorship, and financial aspects of the business.
Maria and her husband, Dale, currently reside in Regina with their four children; daughter, Madison (1996), and three sons, Dale Jr. (2004), Dayce (2007), and Drake (2010).