Alan Levere

Allan Levere is a retired sports journalist and graphic artist who joined OJS in 2015. He is in charge of recruiting free agent players from Ontario, Quebec and Maritime prep schools and the Quebec CEGEP league as well as other special assignments.

A resident of Embrun, Ontario, Al brings a wealth of hockey knowledge to the team with over 25 years of scouting experience at the Junior A and Major Junior levels.

Always professional in his duties, he has two Bogart Cup and Fred Page championships with OJS and third title with the Nepean Raiders. He also has three President Cup championships as the Ontario Scout in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League – two with the Moncton Wildcats and one with the Val d’Or Foreurs.

Jamie Smith

Jamie Smith began scouting for the Ottawa Jr. Senators in 2017. His primary responsibility is scouting for the U15 CCHL Draft at both the AAA and AA levels.

He is currently the head coach for the U15 Ottawa Jr 67s AAA, and has been with that organization since 2018 as a head coach. Previously, he was a head coach in the Gloucester Rangers AA program. He is now the Director of Development for the Gloucester Rangers, overseeing all player and coaches’ development.

​Patrick McCallen

Born and raised in Brampton, Ontario, Patrick has been immersed in the world of hockey from a young age. Following his playing days, Patrick dedicated 5 years of coaching at the minor hockey level, fostering his commitment and passion for the game. Patrick McCallen is now entering his first season as Assistant General Manager and Scout for the Ottawa Junior “A” Senators Hockey Club.

In 2022, Patrick graduated from Humber College with an advanced diploma in Sport Management highlighted by an internship with the OHL’s Guelph Storm. Following the completion of his diploma, Patrick worked with Stathletes for one year as a video analyst attaining valuable knowledge in sports analytics and an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of the game of hockey. In 2023, Patrick was selected to work as an off-ice official at the IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championships gaining valuable experience in big game situations and eventually working the gold medal game.

Utilizing his experience in both playing and analytics, Patrick strives to further enhance his hockey development and pursue a lifelong hockey career.