Kevin Epp B.B.A – Kevin is currently in charge of scouting and recruiting future prospects, as well as contract negotiations for Titan Sports Management. Kevin is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, an area that gives him the opportunity to service clients as well as see the players on a regular basis. Kevin attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks on a scholarship, where he graduated in 1998 with his degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Management and International Business. While playing professionally in San Diego, Kevin also attended the University of San Diego taking graduate courses in the field of negotiations. In 2000 Kevin helped lead the Phoenix Mustangs to win the championship Taylor Cup.

Jarrett Bousquet B.SC. KIN – Jarrett is an integral part of Titan Sports Management with several different dimensions of expertise that he brings to the business. Jarrett is based in Dallas and his main duties include evaluating talent, player development as well as being involved in contract negotiations. Jarrett has a wide variety of playing experience that includes five years in the Western Hockey League. While playing for the Kamloops Blazers, Jarrett was fortunate to reach the Memorial Cup two times and was a member of their championship team in 1992. Jarrett has played at all levels professionally and internationally. He also received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology while playing for the Dinosaurs at the University of Calgary.

Micki Dupont – Micki joins the Titan team after a 19 year professional playing career that spanned from North America to Europe. Micki’s role with Titan is recruitment, player development and servicing clients in the Alberta and Saskatchewan area.  His career began with the WHL’s  Kamloops Blazers, where he won the WHL and CHL Defenceman of the Year honours, recognizing him as the best major junior defenceman in all of Canada.  Micki was drafted to the Calgary Flames in 2000 and played his first year pro for their AHL affiliate, the St. John Flames where he played a key role on Saint John’s blue line, en route to their first AHL Calder Cup Championship.

After spending the next couple years up and down between the NHL and AHL with the Flames organization, Micki made the jump overseas to join the Eisbären Berlin of Germany’s top league, the DEL. The team won two DEL league Championships during that time and in 2006, Micki was selected to represent Canada at the IIHF World Hockey Championships. Micki spent the next two seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues organizations before returning to Europe and joining the Swiss A-League (NLA). After seven seasons in Switzerland’s top league, he returned to Berlin, where he played until 2019.

After retiring from his playing career in 2019, Micki has found a new passion for helping develop the next generation of hockey stars. He recently completed in-depth training to become a Hockey Canada Certified Skills Coach (level 3) and is trained in his High Performance 1 (HP1) coaching certification.

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