Loons Scouting Staff


Kyle Koopmeiners РDirector Of Scouting 
Email: kyle@mnloons.com

Native of St. Cloud, MN, Kyle grew up playing hockey in St. Cloud, and would start coaching right after high school. Kyle has coached at all levels from squirts, up to high school. He is currently on the high school staff for the Grand Rapids, MN boys team. Kyle has also coached summer AAA hockey in the St. Cloud area. This will be his 9th season coaching, and first year scouting for the Loons.
He is a graduate of St. Cloud State University, with a bachelor’s degree in history. Kyle is the northern Minnesota scout for the Loons, and currently resides in Cohasset, MN.

Chase Munroe – Midwest US
Email: chase@mnloons.com
+1 (630) 207-9384

The Minnesota Loons are excited to welcome former Division 1 Player and Coach Chase Munroe as our Midwest United States Scout. Chase’s playing career started in the NAPHL with the Indiana Junior Ice before playing in the NAHL for 3 seasons with 4 organizations. Chase went on to play Division 1 college hockey at the University of Miami (Ohio). After graduating from Miami (Ohio) Chase was immediately brought on to the coaching staff and helped in all aspects of the game.

Having a great knowledge of junior hockey and specifically the youth hockey scene in Illinois, Chase will be a valuable asset when it comes to scouting the Midwest United States and helping our players learn what it takes to play the Division 1 level.


Evan Moyse – Central US
Email: evan@mnloons.com
+1 (440) 667-2689

The Minnesota Loons are excited to welcome on former Division 1 and Professional Player Evan Moyse as our Central United States Scout.

Evan recently wrapped up an incredible playing career starting in the NA3HL and ending up finishing this season with the Columbus Blue Jackets American Hockey League team the Cleveland Monsters. In between, Evan made stops in the CCHL, NAHL, 4 years at Ohio State University, and 2 years of professional hockey.

Evan will be a great asset to our organization and will be able to help in recruiting as well as player development and helping players move to higher levels of hockey.