Pat Bingham, originally from Vancouver, British Columbia, started his professional hockey career playing in the AHL, ECHL, COHL, SUHL and SHL until 1998 when he decided to focus his career on coaching. Over the next 14 years, Bingham went on to coach more than 1,000 games at the professional level including teams in both the American Hockey League and the East Coast Hockey League. During this time, he set professional franchise coaching win records for six different teams, including the Elmira Jackals (ECHL).
Coach Bingham now serves as the President of the Colorado Rampage Association and as General Manager of the Monument H.C. teams. Coach Bingham’s passion and professional knowledge of the game is instilled in MHC athletes where they grow their skills, improve quickness of mind, and gain situational awareness to better prepare them for their careers at the professional and collegiate levels.
- Over 20 years coaching experience
- Professional head coaching record of 335-196-48
- 2004 East Coast Hockey League Coach of the Year
- 14 years coaching Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Islanders developmental teams
George Pagonis, native to New Jersey, played youth hockey for the Colorado Thunderbirds and Colorado Rampage during the 2009-2010 season. He later joined the 18U AAA Tier 1 Elite team, formerly coached by Andrew Sherman. After youth hockey, Pagonis played for the Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL). He has been coaching with Colorado Rampage for the past five seasons.
Coach Pagonis currently serves as the Head Coach of our 18U Monument H.C. teams. His previous seasons played with the Colorado Rampage Association have helped provide players with the fundamental mindset and aptitude of skills needed to play at the next level.
- Attended National Player Development Camp 2009
- Attended National Tournament three times with one national title
- Six years coaching experience with Colorado Rampage Association
- USA Hockey Level 4 Coach
Noah Rakosky, Native to Oklahoma, played hockey at the Colorado Rampage and was a student at the 365 Performance Hockey Academy. In his 2018-2019 season, the team went on to win State and Regionals. They were proud to represent the Colorado Rampage at Nationals in 2019. He finished his playing career with the Walpole Express in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL).
Coach Rakosky’s experience playing in the Colorado Rampage Association and training with the staff of 365 PHA has provided him the aptitude and desire to help players develop and provide them with the tools to be able to compete at the next level.