Brett Leonhardt Tim Ohashi
Assistant Coach – Video Video Analyst
Brett Leonhardt returned to the Capitals
in 2018-19 for his seventh season as the
team’s video coach and fi rst as an assistant
Leonhardt spent two seasons in the
NHL offi ce in Toronto as their video manager
for hockey operations beginning in
2011. In his role, he was responsible for
breaking down and handling all video for
rule changes, video reviews, offi ciating issues
Prior to his time with the NHL, Leonhardt
received a bachelor of arts in communications
and media arts at Neumann
University and was a recipient of the John A. Phillips Scholar-Athlete
Award as well as the John Facenda Award for excellence in communication
arts. He played hockey collegiately at both Neumann University and
Oswego State University after spending three seasons playing for the
Cambridge Winterhawks and Kitchener Dutchmen of the GOJHL.
Leonhardt was born in Kitchener, Ont. He and his wife Logan, a DCPS
kindergarten teacher at Janney Elementary, reside in Reston, Va.
Tim Ohashi is in his fourth year with the
Capitals as Analyst. Previously he served
as a coaching staff Intern.
Prior to his time with the Capitals,
Ohashi earned his Bac helor of Arts from
Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where
he studied psychology and math. While at
Bates, he served as Vice President of the
club hockey team and was recipient of the
Abigail Smith Award. He earned his Master’s
from Georgetown University in Sports
Industry Management where he was a recipient
of the Academic Excellence Award.
Ohashi was born in Washington, D.C.
and grew up in Maryland. He resides with his girlfriend, Nicole, in
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