Zucker Sports Expands To Hockey
Zucker Sports has expanded its operation to support athletes that need representation within the sport of hockey, President Herbie Zucker announced.
Zucker Sports is pleased to announce the hiring of John Mueller as the Director of Player Development, Martin Quarters as the Director of North American Scouting, and Jack Fritsche as the Director and Player Liaison of European Scouting in the hockey division of Zucker Sports.
Mueller has scouted for teams in the OHL and AHL and has worked with Zucker Sports for over 20 years. A United States Military Veteran with 15 years of law enforcement, Mueller has deep roots within the hockey community that extends back over 50 years.
Quarters has over 17 years of coaching experience, where he continually demonstrates success in advancing players to higher levels. Martin has a successful track record both on and off of the ice at the NCAA DI, USHL, NAHL, and Jr. A Tier III and AAA level. He has developed a reputation as a strong and successful recruiter at each of these levels. Martin has previously held the position of Recruiting Director for Merrimack College (Hockey East), Sioux City Musketeers (USHL), Cleveland Barons (NAHL), and the Yellowstone Quake (NORPAC).
Fritsche has played over 20 years of professional hockey. He played for the 1988 and 1989 Spengler Cup and the 1990 World Championships for the US National Team. He has coached (2) years Professionally in Switzerland, and over (5) years in North America in Tier 1 and Tier 2 Hockey USHL/NAHL.
Last Updated: June 26, 2010