Teddy Doherty, Boys AAA Head Coach
Teddy Doherty joined the Shattuck-St. Mary's coaching staff for the 2017-2018 season after playing one year of professional hockey and graduating from Boston College. Doherty captained the Boston College Eagles his senior season, which included a Beanpot Championship and a Frozen Four berth. Throughout his college career, he played both forward and defense, registering a total of 80 points. Doherty was a John A. "Snooks" Kelly Memorial Award recipient in both his junior and senior seasons, which is an award given to a Boston College hockey player who best typifies Boston College Hockey. Graduating in May 2016, he received his degree in English.
After his college career, Doherty played one year of professional hockey in the ECHL and the AHL.
Prior to his years at Boston College, Doherty was a student-athlete at Shattuck-St. Mary's from his freshman through junior seasons. He won a national championship at the U18 level before deciding to play his senior year in the USHL for the Dubuque Fighting Saints.
Steve DeBus, Boys AAA Assistant Coach
Coach Steve DeBus joined the Shattuck-St. Mary’s community in 2016 as the assistant coach for the Boys U18AAA team. The following season he served as assistant coach for the Boys U16AAA before switching back to his current position with the Boys AAA team.
DeBus is no stranger to the Minnesota hockey community. A native of Rochester, Minn., DeBus played collegiate hockey at the University of Minnesota where he was a standout, three-year starting goaltender for the Golden Gophers. From 1998-2003, he played professional hockey for teams in the ECHL, IHL, UHL, WPHL, and CHL.
Prior to joining the Sabres, Coach DeBus was the men’s hockey assistant coach at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. from 2007-2011. In 2011, he accepted the head coaching position with women’s hockey at Hamline University in St. Paul where he led the Pipers until the end of the 2015 season. He returned to St. Olaf in the fall of 2015 as the goaltender coach for both the men’s and women’s programs.