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Bob Jones

Bob's Story

Bob Jones has had a long career in the game of hockey as a player and as

a decorated coach. Bob is a proud member of the Windsor Spitfire coaching

staff that won back to back Memorial Cups in 2009 & 2010.


After coaching in the OHL for many years, Bob graduated to the American

Hockey League and now is in his fourth season as a member of the

coaching staff with the Ottawa Senators of the NHL.

Bob and his wife Paige along with their two children Blake and Brianna have

called Windsor home for the last 16 years. Bob has recently been diagnosed

with the neurological disease ALS also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

ALS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in

the brain and spinal cord. Medications and therapy can slow ALS and reduce

discomfort, but there is currently no cure. Leaders in this field like the

Sunnybrook's ALS Clinic are trying to change that.


Although Bob's life has taken a drastic change he has no plans to slow down.

He will continue to work at his job while receiving treatment and medications.

Bob's mission through all of this is to use his platform to help raise awareness

through fundraising and ultimately find a cure for ALS one day.


Bobs Jones

Coaching Legacy



Ottawa Senators - Assistant Coach


Oshawa Generals - Head Coach


Windsor Spitfires - Associate Coach


Windsor Spitfires - Head Coach


Windsor Spitfires - Associate Coach


Oshawa Generals - Head Coach


Sudbury Wolves - Assistant Coach


Toronto St. Michael's Majors - Associate Coach


Brampton Battalion - Assistant Coach


Soo Greyhounds - Assistant Coach

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