Jay Pandolfo Working for the Bruins

 September 5 2014

Pandolfo Working for the Bruins

By: BNEWS Weekly

 

 

 

Congratulations are in order to Burlington native and former NHL player Jay Pandolfo. The Boston Bruins announced last week that they have hired Pandolfo to be their new Player Development Coach. In this role, Pandolfo will be responsible for aiding the development of players and prospects in the Bruins’ farm system.  After a 15-year career in the National Hockey League, twice winning the Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils, Pandolfo retired after the 2013 season, in which he played 18 games with the Bruins. Pandolfo said in a statement that he is looking forward to the opportunity of working with the organization’s younger players and helping to shape them as professionals. In addition to his two Stanley Cup rings, Pandolfo was a star on the BHS hockey team before playing at Boston University, where the team won the NCAA National Championship in 1995, his junior season.

 

 
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