USHL Coaching Experience: 2nd with Storm, 6th overall
USHL regular season record as assistant: 165-106-12-8
USHL Clark Cup Playoffs record as assistant: 14-14
Birthdate: Apr. 20, 1989
Hometown: Green Oaks, IL
The Tri-City Storm hired Ethan Goldberg in July 2017 to round out its four-man coaching staff. Goldberg was a four-year assistant with the Sioux City Musketeers (2014-17) and won the 2017 Anderson Cup.
During Goldberg’s Sioux City tenure, the Musketeers won the Western Conference regular season title twice and advanced to the 2017 Clark Cup Final. The 2016-17 Musketeers finished with a league-best 40 wins and 87 points. In 2014-15, Sioux City edged out Tri-City by one point to take first place in the Western Conference The Musketeers advanced to the second round twice and the made the playoffs three times with Goldberg behind the bench.
Goldberg on joining the Storm: “In this league, I’ve learned about building and developing the players and how that translates to team success. I’ve also learned the right ways to build a team to have success. It’s hard to do.”
Anthony Noreen on adding Goldberg: “Ethan is someone who has worked in this league and been a part of an Anderson Cup team,” Noreen said. “He worked under [former Sioux City Head Coach] Jay Varady, one of the guys I tremendously respect. He’s worked in this conference and knows the teams and the player pool. He has experience doing everything at this level.”
Goldberg Coaching Career
2012-13: Lake Forest College (Student Video Coach)
2013-14: Bemidji State University (Volunteer Assistant Coach)
2014-17: Sioux City Musketeers (Assistant Coach)
Originally from Green Oaks, IL, Goldberg joined the Musketeers staff in the latter part of the 2013-14 season. During that season, he also served as a volunteer assistant coach with Bemidji State University. Goldberg played three seasons at Lake Forest College (NCAA Division III) and joined the school’s coaching staff in 2012-13.
In 2009-10, the forward skated for the Brooks Bandits (AJHL) and Elmira Sugar Kings (GOJHL). He is a product of the Chicago Mission and Chicago Young Americans youth teams.