DPL Management Team

Marketing Manager (Acting) & League President
Phil Morley

As a typical Canadian, Phil Morley first skated at the age of 2. At the age of 5 he started playing ice hockey. Since 1990 in Germany, Phil has played in four different hobby leagues in the Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region such as the Rhein-Neckar-Liga (RNL), the Kurpfalz-Eishockey-Liga (KEL) as well as the DPL (Wiesloch Lightnings, Baden Bruins, Bloodhounds, Old Boys Eppelheim). In 2006/2007 Phil was deputy chairman of the EHC Wiesloch Club.

During his active career in Canada Phil has played for his home town of Peterborough, Ontario. When he studied at the University of Waterloo, he was also active as a player. His last team before he came to Germany was the C-I-L Hawks, which participated in a DPL-like hobby league (Mens House League) in Toronto.

Phil Morley is married and has three children, two of whom are also active in the DPL. Since 1990 Phil has been working for SAP in Walldorf.
DPL Commissioner
Markus Schütz

Markus Schütz has been active as a player and coach in DPL for several years. At the beginning of the 2009/2010 season he took over the responsibility for the match operation of the 3rd division.

He was active in sports for many years with the Export Rangers, from the beginning of the team's formation. In the last eight years he played for the 1st team of the EHC Wiesloch, and won the DPL Championship with the Wiesloch team in 2007. In the season 2009/2010 he found a new home as a player with the Baden Bruins.

As a trainer Markus remains connected to the EHC Wiesloch. There he has already coached the young talents of the EHC Wiesloch in the season 2007/2008. In the following year he accompanied the 1b team into their second DPL season as a coach. In the season 2009/2010 he was coaching the new 1st team of EHC Wiesloch which was registered in the 3rd division of DPL (they are now in the 2nd division).

Markus Schütz holds a degree in computer science (FH). He is a co-owner in the management of AddOn Systemhaus GmbH.
DPL Referee-in-Chief
Tina Kirschner

Tina Kirschner started playing ice hockey as a teenager and became 5 times German Champion, several times South German Champion as well as Baden-Württemberg Champion with her then women's team in Esslingen, where she played in the German Bundesliga for several years. Through her sport she later found her way into skater field hockey and also played in the women's national league and became 4 times German Champion, 4 times German Cup Winner and 2 times European Championscup Winner with the Zweibrücker Snipers.

In addition, she has made it to the 2nd Bundesliga in the men's regional league with the Winnender Fastbreakers. She has also played in 3 national teams (ice hockey, skater field hockey, inline field hockey). With the women's team Stuttgart Reds she won the Baden-Württemberg championship title in softball fastpitch several times and played in the Baden-Württemberg selection.

She has been a referee for over 20 years and has been or is on the road for various associations and sports. Ice hockey, skater field hockey, inline field hockey, street field hockey, base- and softball and was also used as referee at several world championships in several sports as well as at Olympic Winter Games and also as the only woman at world championships in men's street field hockey. In the meantime she is also active in several federations in the Orga.
Divsion 1 Manager
Markus Schütz

Markus Schütz has been active as a player and coach in DPL for several years. At the beginning of the 2009/2010 season he took over the responsibility for the match operation of the 3rd division.

He was active in sports for many years with the Export Rangers, from the beginning of the team's formation. In the last eight years he played for the 1st team of the EHC Wiesloch, and won the DPL Championship with the Wiesloch team in 2007. In the season 2009/2010 he found a new home as a player with the Baden Bruins.

As a trainer Markus remains connected to the EHC Wiesloch. There he has already coached the young talents of the EHC Wiesloch in the season 2007/2008. In the following year he accompanied the 1b team into their second DPL season as a coach. In the season 2009/2010 he was coaching the new 1st team of EHC Wiesloch which was registered in the 3rd division of DPL (they are now in the 2nd division).

Markus Schütz holds a degree in computer science (FH). He is a co-owner in the management of AddOn Systemhaus GmbH.
Division 2 Manager
Marcel Bokan
Respect, fairness and EqualityDivision 3 Manager
Kevin Bergtold
Division 4 Manager
Brett Castell Morley
A typical Canadian, Brett Castell Morley first skated at the age of 3. At the age of 7 he started playing ice hockey. Since then Brett has played in several leagues and youth teams: LMHF (Lakeshore Minor Hockey Federation), DEB (EHC Wiesloch, Maddogs Mannheim, EHC Munich), DPL (Providence Bruins and Baden Bruins). Currently he plays with the Old Boys Eppelheim (DPL).

Besides ice hockey, he also studies at the University of Heidelberg.
Division 5 Manager Marco Schober

Marco Schober has been active as a player in the DPL since 2010. At the beginning of the inline field hockey season 2010 Marco, venerable Friedrichspark, went on a point hunt with his longhorns.

In 2012 he took over his first position in the DPL Management as Division Manager for DPL Inline Hockey. Two years later he was promoted to the position of DPL Commissioners for DPL Inline Hockey. With the new formation of the Province Bruins for the 2011/2012 season Marco is also active in DPL Ice Hockey. Right in the 2nd year after the new foundation the P. Bruins could secure the championship title in division 4 in the season 2012/2013. In October 2014 Marco took over the office of the treasurer and since then he is active in the board of the DPL.

Marco Schober is a state-certified technician and works in logistics in an industrial company.