Logan Stankoven Parents
Logan Stankoven was born to parents Wes Stankoven and Deana Stankoven in February 2003.
The Canadian junior ice hockey player currently lives in his hometown in British Columbia with his family.
Stankoven's dad, Wes, has been working as a field meter analyst at Accenture BC for 30 years, according to his LinkedIn page. Wes also works for BC Hydro as a field service rep.
The Kamloops winger is blessed with a supportive mom and dad. Wes puts a lot of effort into not missing any of his games. Earlier this year, he traveled to Edmonton to watch World Junior Championship and to Michigan for the NHL Prospect Tournament.
Wes told "Dallas Hockey Now" that Logan wanted to play since his childhood. He was mesmerized that his son used to pick up the mini sticks, then rock hockey. He also added that the household got Logan skating at 4-5 years old.
Logan dad was a Hockey Player
Logan father Wes Stankoven played youth hockey in Enderby, British Columbia.
However, he left his sports career and has pursued business. Per his LinkedIn profile, Wes is a Field Meter Analyst at Accenture BC and has been a loyal employee with 30 years of experience. He graduated from Caribou college with a Business degree.
Moreover, Logan's grandfather coached the duo in the 1990s. We can say that Logan hails from an athletic background.
The 19-year-old may have picked his competitive element from his dad. "He hates to lose and loves the game. It's been fun over the years." Elder Stankoven told Dallas hockey Now.