Cincinnati names NAHL vet Groh as goaltending coach
June 5, 2015
CJ Groh played two seasons in the NAHL with the Springfield Jr. Blues and St. Louis Bandits.
The Cincinnati Thunder of the NA3HL are proud to announce the hiring of CJ Groh as the new Goaltending Coach of the Cincinnati Thunder.
The Cincinnati, Ohio native played parts of two seasons in the NAHL with the Springfield Jr. Blues and the St. Louis Bandits, as well as, the Waterloo Blackhawks of the USHL. As a college player CJ played at NCAA Division I University of Alabama-Huntsville.
“We are pleased to have CJ join our organization,” said President/Head Coach Ryan Colville “He brings a wealth of playing experience that falls right in line with the path we hope to carve for our young goaltenders. He understands the level and what it takes to succeed and progress to higher levels.”
Over the course of his two-year NAHL career from 2008-10, Groh played in 57 games, posting a 26-22-8 record with a 2.55 goals against average and a 91.6% save percentage.