After two decades of accomplishments on and off the ice, Trevor "Stieny" Stienburg has stepped back from his duties as Head Coach of the Saint Mary's Huskies Men's Hockey Team.
Stienburg stepped back on June 1, 2020, which is precisely 23 years to the day that he first stepped onto the university.
Stienburg is the longest-serving coach, with the highest record of wins, in Huskies' Hockey history. During his 23 years with the team, Stienburg led the Huskies to 369 regular-season wins, culminating in the team's first ever U SPORTS National Championship in 2010.
Stienburg's leadership was recognized as he was named U SPORTS Coach of the Year three times. Currently, he is the only university hockey coach ever to win Coach of the Year honours for two consecutive years, in 1998-99 and 1999-00.
In addition to the 2010 National Championship, he coached the team to two medals in U SPORTS Hockey Playoffs - a silver medal in 2013 and a bronze medal in 2016.