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Jason Serbus - Head Athletic Trainer
Jason Serbus enters his eighth season as the Coyotes Head Athletic Trainer. Serbus oversees all aspects of the team’s medical operations.
Serbus, 40, joined the Coyotes after spending three seasons as the Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Tampa Bay Lightning where he aided in all medical and training operations. Prior to that, he spent four seasons with the Pensacola Ice Pilots of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL). While with Pensacola, Serbus had the honor of being selected as athletic trainer for the Western Conference at the 2004 ECHL All-Star Game. In 2003 he was named “Athletic Trainer of the Year for Professional Sports” by the Athletic Trainers’ Association of Florida.
A native of Bird Island, Minnesota, Serbus has worked with Eisbaren Berlin, the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, the Central Texas Stampede of the Western Professional Hockey League and served as a staff athletic trainer at NovaCare Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine in Florida. Serbus also has served as the Athletic Trainer for the USA Hockey U-17 team on four occasions and the Men’s National Team during the 2009 IIHF World Championship in Switzerland.
Serbus, who is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Arizona Board of Athletic Training, and the Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers Society, earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education /emphasis in Exercise Physiology from the University of Northern Colorado.
Jason, his wife Paula, and son Garrett reside in Phoenix.

Greg Smith - Head Athletic Trainer
Greg Smith returns to the Capitals for an eighth year as the head athletic trainer, his 12th season in professional hockey. Smith joined Washington in 1999 from the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, where he was the head athletic trainer for two seasons.

He has also gained international experience in his career, having served as the athletic trainer for Team USA at the 1998 World Hockey Championship. Prior to his stint in Anaheim, Smith was head athletic trainer with the American Hockey League's Baltimore Bandits. He began his professional hockey career as an athletic trainer intern with the Capitals during the 1994-95 season.

A native of Bowie, Md., Smith received his bachelor's degree in physical education from Salisbury State University with a concentration in both special education and athletic training. He went on to earn a master's degree in athletic training and an associate's of applied science/physical therapy assistant at California University of Pennsylvania. He also earned his master's in sports science from the International Sports Science Association. Smith runs Professional Sportscare & Rehabilitation, a group of physical therapy clinics in the Washington, D.C., area.

Brock Myles - Head Equipment Manager
Brock Myles is entering his seventh season as Head Equipment Manager with the Washington Capitals. Myles joined the Capitals after spending eight seasons in the American Hockey League (AHL), where he served as the head equipment manager for both the Portland Pirates (2001-2006) and the Louisville Panthers (1999-2001). Prior to his stint in the AHL, Myles worked as the head equipment manager for the Port Huron Border Cats and the Detroit Falcons of the United Hockey League (UHL).

Myles received his degree in sports administration from Durham College in Oshawa and Sports Equipment and Business from Humber College in Toronto. Myles, a native of Chesley, Ontario, resides in Alexandria, Va., with his wife Shannon, and their two children. He enjoys golf and traveling and is a member of the Society of Professional Hockey Equipment Managers (SPHEM).

Michael Booi - Asst. Athletic Trainer
Mike Booi begins his first season in Arizona and his sixth season with the organization. He previously spent five years as the team's AHL athletic trainer including one season with the Springfield Falcons and four seasons with the Portland Pirates.

The 35-year-old Booi oversaw all player related medical duties for the AHL club and assisted the Coyotes with medical services during NHL training camps.

The Lake Odessa, Michigan, native completed his undergraduate studies at Michigan State University, earning a degree in kinesiology and received his master's degree in athletic training at the University of Kentucky.

Prior to joining the organization, Booi worked as an athletic trainer for the Greenville Road Warriors in the ECHL and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Mike and his wife, Laura, reside in Phoenix.

Craig Leydig - Asst. Equipment Manager
Craig Leydig enters his 24th season with the Washington Capitals as Assistant Equipment Manager.

During his tenure with the Capitals, Leydig received numerous professional honors. Leydig oversaw the locker room operations in the 2009 NCAA Frozen Four Tournament in Washington, D.C. and represented the team in the 1999 NHL All-Star Game in Tampa Bay, Florida. Leydig joined the Capitals from the New York Islanders, where he served one season as the assistant athletic trainer.

A native of Washington, D.C., Leydig, who is certified in Advanced First Aid and CPR, attended Prince George’s Community College in Maryland.

Dave Marin - Equipment Transfer
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