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Height  5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Weight  84 kg
Shoots  Left
Career start  1995

Name  Steve Thornton
Position  Centerman
Role  Ice hockey player
Playing career  1995

Born  March 8, 1973 (age 42) Gloucester, ON, CAN (1973-03-08)
EIHL team Former teams  none Cardiff Devils London Knights Basingstoke Bison Belfast Giants

Steve Thornton Prepares Giants For English Road Trip


Steve Thornton (born March 8, 1973 in Gloucester, Ontario) is a former professional Canadian ice hockey player.

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Career

Apart from playing junior hockey with the Gloucester Rangers, college hockey with Boston University and one season in the International Hockey League with the Peoria Rivermen, Thornton's career has been played in Europe. He has single season spells in Austria with Klagenfurt and in Germany's Deutsche Eishockey Liga with the Adler Mannheim before moving to the United Kingdom, spending five seasons with the Cardiff Devils. He also had spells with the London Knights and the Belfast Giants where he won the playoff cup in 2003. He then moved to Italy, spending two seasons with Val Pusteria Wolves and then had spells in Switzerland and Sweden before returning to Britain, joined the Basingstoke Bison.

Coaching career

On April 7, 2008, Thornton was confirmed as the new player/coach of the Belfast Giants, replacing Ed Courtenay and in two seasons in charge he guided the Giants to three trophies. He departed in 2010 and was replaced by Doug Christiansen.

On Monday 28 April 2014, Thornton returned as coach of the Belfast Giants, under taking the wider role of Head of Hockey Operations upon the departure of, Belfast Giants General Manager, Todd Kelman.

Personal

Thornton has acquired British citizenship.

Thornton was formerly a real estate agent with Paul Rushforth Real Estate in Ottawa, Ontario. [1]

References

Steve Thornton Wikipedia


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