Kyle HornkohlAssistant Equipment Manager
Kyle Hornkohl Bio
Kyle Hornkohl embarks on his first season as the assistant equipment manager for the Griffins. Hornkohl returns to the Griffins after serving as a locker room attendant for the team from 2014-20.
In 2017, the 30-year-old lifted the Calder Cup with the Griffins. He served as a volunteer stick boy at the Detroit Red Wings’ Traverse City Prospect Tournament from 2007-09 before being a locker room attendant from 2010-13. Hornkohl also served as an equipment assistant at the 2017 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship, working primarily with Switzerland, Czech Republic and Finland. During the 2016 Western Collegiate Hockey Association Tournament at Van Andel Arena, he aided the tournament as the hosting equipment manager.
A native of Manistee, Mich., Hornkohl received his bachelor’s degree in natural resources management at Grand Valley State University. He enjoys writing and recording music, art, traveling abroad and outdoor recreation activities.