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David Zenobi - Head Athletic Trainer
Dave Zenobi enters his sixth season with the Florida Panthers, after joining the team in October 2006. He joined the team as assistant athletic trainer, but assumed the head athletic training duties mid-way through the 2007-08 season.

Before joining the Panthers, Zenobi spent five years as the head athletic trainer with the San Jose Sharks AHL affiliate, the Cleveland Barons. Prior to the Barons, Zenobi got his start in hockey by spending seven seasons as the head athletic trainer for the Cleveland Lumberjacks of the IHL.

Zenobi graduated in 1990 from Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio where he played football for the most successful NCAA Division-III football program. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1992 with a Masters degree in Exercise Science. Zenobi began his professional career by spending two years at the Cleveland Clinic working in the Physical Therapy Department.

Dave and his wife Dawn live in Parkland with their two sons Domenic and Joey.

Stan Wilson - Head Equipment Manager
Stan Wilson returns for his 26th season with the Coyotes organization and 20th season as Head Equipment Manager. On February 9, 2011, Wilson achieved a career milestone by working his 1,500th NHL game at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

The Melfort, Saskatchewan native began his career as an Equipment Manager in 1980 with the Junior B. Melfort TM’s. He joined the Prince Albert Raiders of the Western Hockey League (WHL) for the 1982-83 season, enjoying a Memorial Cup championship in 1985. Wilson then joined the Winnipeg Jets in 1990 as an Equipment Manager and has been with the organization ever since.

In 2007, Wilson won a gold medal as the Equipment Manager of Team Canada at the IIHF World Championship in Russia. Wilson was also Equipment Manager of the gold-medal winning Canadian squad at the 2003 IIHF World Championship in Finland. In 1997, Wilson represented the Coyotes as one of the equipment managers for the NHL All-Star Game in San Jose.

Stan and his wife Shelly have a son, Denver, and a daughter, Colby.

Donnie Fuller - Asst. Athletic Trainer
Don Fuller is in his 16th season as Head Athletic Therapist for the Minnesota Wild. He is responsible for the assessment and rehabilitation of all injuries, coordination of the Wild medical staff and administration of all therapy/medical procedures.
Fuller is a Certified Athletic Therapist in the Canadian Athletic Therapists’ Association, a Certified Athletic Trainer in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and a certified Emergency Medical Technician. He also is a member of the Minnesota Athletic Trainers’ Association, Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers’ Society and the Minnesota Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board.
The London, Ont., native served as a member of the Canadian National Men’s Hockey Team at the 2006 (Latvia), 2002 (Sweden) and 2000 (Russia) World Championships. Fuller was also the host therapist for the World Cup of Hockey played in Saint Paul in September of 2004. He has also held the position of Head Athletic Therapist for Canada’s National Men’s Hockey Team in 1999-2000. Prior to that, Fuller was the Head Athletic Therapist for the University of Victoria from 1994-99. He also worked as a therapist for the Canadian medical team at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. Fuller was the Athletic Therapist for the Victoria Salsa of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League in 1998 and for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s hockey team in 1990-91.
He received a Bachelor of Physical Education degree from McMaster University in 1989, a diploma in Sports Injury Management from Sheridan College in 1991 and spent three years studying at the Canadian College of Osteopathy (1997-99, 2004-05). Fuller is a Minnesota State licensed EMT-B and is currently working on a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology.
He and his wife, Tina, have three daughters, Anna, Alison and Alaina. The family resides in Woodbury.

Jason Rudee - Asst. Equipment Manager
Jason Rudee returns for his 15th season as Assistant Equipment Manager with the Coyotes after working seven seasons (1994-95 to 2000-01) with the San Jose Sharks as the team’s Assistant Equipment Manager and equipment transportation specialist.

The 42-year-old Rudee was the recipient of the inaugural commitment to excellence award in 2011-12 as voted on by the league’s 30 equipment managers.

Rudee splits his duties between assisting the Coyotes equipment staff with the day-to-day equipment and locker room maintenance, and serving as the visiting dressing room manager. He manages the visiting team’s equipment upon arrival and assists the visiting team’s equipment manager with all of his needs while in town.

Jason, his wife Jeannette and their daughters Haley and Hannah reside in Cave Creek.

Tony Silva - Asst. Equipment Manager
Tony Silva begins his 18th season with the Coyotes organization as the team’s Equipment Manager. On November 8, 2010, Silva achieved a career milestone by working his 1,000th NHL game at Detroit.

Silva joined the Coyotes from the San Jose Sharks, where he served three seasons as an Equipment Manager. Prior to that, the 43-year-old native of San Jose, California worked three seasons as a visiting locker room attendant with San Jose.

Before getting involved with hockey, Silva served six seasons as an Equipment Manager for the San Jose Earthquakes of the Western Soccer League (WSL). He also spent two seasons with the San Francisco Bay Blackhawks of the American Professional Soccer League (APSL).

Tony has three children: Dominik, Landon and Ashtyn. The family resides in Scottsdale.

Denver Wilson - Asst. Equipment Manager
Denver Wilson serves as the Kings’ Assistant Equipment Manager as he joined the Kings in 2011. His responsibilities include managing the visiting team’s equipment at STAPLES Center and transporting it to Anaheim or to the airport for their next game. Wilson also assists with equipment repairs at the Kings’ practice facility in El Segundo and in-game equipment repairs at STAPLES Center.

Prior to joining the Kings, Denver worked for the Houston Aeros (AHL – Assistant Equipment Manager, 2010-11); the Arizona Sundogs (CHL – Head Equipment Manager, 2008-10); and the Phoenix Coyotes (Home Locker Room Attendant, 1998-08).

Denver resides in Hermosa Beach. His father, Stan, is a long-time trainer with the Phoenix Coyotes/Winnipeg Jets.

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