2018-2019 was Milos’ 12th term as the club’s assistant coach and the Patton Conference title was his 13th trophy with the team since arriving as a player from his native Slovakia in 2003-2004. In addition to playing duty, he was named an assistant player coach in the summer of 2007 and continued playing through the 2013-2014 term. He also added the Under 18 head coaching role in the summer of 2009. As a player he is 1 of only 3 Flames skaters to ever cross the 700 career point mark and is 1 of 10 players to make 500 or more starts with the club. He ranks 2nd on the team's all-time points list with 777 from 240 goals and 537 assists in 546 appearances. He opened his Flames career by topping the points list for 6 consecutive seasons from 2003-2004 through 2008-2009. Since leading the club to the British National League Playoff title in the spring of 2004, he had a hand in 9 other trophies as a player plus the 2015-2016 “Double” Cup and Playoff haul as Assistant Coach. In total, in addition to the Conference win, Milos has 4 English Premier League crowns, 5 Cup hauls, 2 EPL Playoff captures plus a BNL Playoff jewel. After a development career that included caps with the Slovakian World Jr. international squad in 1994, he iced the first 6 years of his full time pro career in Slovakia with Dukla Trencin. He recorded his best offensive Extraleague season during the 1999-2000 set when he had 19 goals and 46 points. The next year he made his first move by joining Havirov Panthers in the Czech Extraleague. He spent the following season in Germany which preceded a final session back with Trencin ahead of his UK arrival. In addition to his Flames coaching duties, he is also currently at the helm of the Guildford Jr programme, and coaches the Guildford Phoenix National Ice Hockey League 2 team.