All-Time Kings Coaching History
Jamie Kompon is in his sixth season as an Assistant Coach with the Kings and was named to the club’s coaching staff on July 10, 2006. Kompon has also held the title Assistant Coach and Director of Amateur Development.
Prior to coming to Los Angeles, Kompon worked for nine seasons with the St. Louis Blues organization where he most recently served as the Assistant Coach/Video Coach. He began his stint with the Blues as the Video Coach in 1997. He added Strength and Conditioning Coach to his title during the 2002-03 season, and in the spring of 2006 he was on the coaching staff of Team Canada at the World Championships in Latvia where he served as Video Coach.
Prior to joining the Blues, Kompon was an Assistant Coach with the Baltimore Bandits of the American Hockey League for the 1996-97 season and he also served as Co-Head Coach at McGill University in Montreal in 1994-95 after being employed there as an Assistant Coach for three seasons.
Born in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Kompon, 45 (9/18/66), also played four seasons as a defenseman at McGill (1985-89) and then he played two seasons of professional hockey, including stints in the East Coast Hockey League and in the German Elite League.
Jamie and his wife Tina live in Holly Glen.