Tyson Davis of Westminster, Colorado has joined Turning Point Sports Management as Western Region Talent Advisor. Davis is a native of Vancouver, British Columbia and has a Degree in Business Administration from Capilano College. Davis has worked in hockey as a coach, mentor, hockey administrator, and retail at several different levels. Davis has 20 years of coaching experience with an Advanced Level 1 Hockey Canada certification and a Level 4 USA Hockey Coaching Certification. Davis was the Director of Hockey Operations at the Hyland Hills Jr. Hockey Association in Westminster, Colorado from 2000-2008. He has worked for the Mission Hockey Company, Montreal Hockey Company, ThermaBlade Skate Company and the Old School Hockey Apparel Company.
Davis began looking at talent informally for Turning Point through his relationship with Turning Point Hockey Director Darcy Tucker while Tucker was playing for the Colorado Avalanche and after he retired from the team.
“Tyson is a good hockey man, good teacher and mentor, and has an excellent eye for talent. We are happy that he has accepted our offer to join our group, and we know that he will help our business as we continue to search for the best talent in the Western United States and Western Canada,” said Tucker.
Davis has been part of the career development for Turning Point clients Danny Mumaugh, Griffin Foulk, Brandon Fushimi and for Turning Point Family Advisees Jaccob Slavin, Zach Goberis and Christos Zinis. Mumaugh, Foulk and Fushimi have signed with the Seattle Thunderbirds, Everett Silvertips and Victoria Royals of the Western Hockey League. Slavin has committed to Colorado College and currently plays for the Chicago Steel, and Goberis and Zinis have been drafted into the Western Hockey League by the Lethbridge Hurricanes and Moose Jaw Warriors respectively.
“We are happy to have Tyson join our group to consolidate our talent search in the Western United States, and we are looking forward to seeing what other hockey players he brings to our attention in the near future,” said Turning Point Executive Director Carlos Sosa.
Davis commences his duties with Turning Point immediately. Davis resides with his wife Nikki and daughters Brooklyn and Riley in Westminster, Colorado.