Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, September 11, that Jay Pandolfo has transitioned to Director of Player Development and Jeremy Rogalski has transitioned to Hockey Operations Assistant. Sweeney also announced that the club has hired Jamie Langenbrunner as a Development Coach, Dennis Bonvie as a Professional Scout, Alain Bissonnette as an Amateur Scout, Erkki Rajamaki as an Amateur Scout, Andrew Shaw as an Amateur Scout, Bob Wetick as an Amateur Scout, J.P. Buckley as Video Coordinator and Julie Nicoletti as a Sports Nutritionist. As Director of Player Development, Pandolfo will be responsible for overseeing and aiding in the development of players and prospects throughout Boston’s system. Pandolfo had previously served as Development Coach for the Bruins, primarily working with Boston’s prospects in Providence. Pandolfo appeared in 899 NHL games throughout his career, notching 100 goals and 126 assists for 226 points. The forward also brings 131 games of postseason experience to Boston, where he racked up 11 goals and 22 assists, winning two Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils in 2000 and 2003. The Burlington, MA native played his final NHL season with the Boston Bruins in the 2012-13 season, where the winger skated in 18 games.
Bruins Announce Hockey Operations Personnel Transactions
NHL.com | Sep 12