BOSTON - Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, September 13, that the Boston Bruins have promoted Ryan Nadeau to Associate Director of Amateur Scouting and Jeremy Rogalski to Director of Hockey Analytics. Sweeney also announced that the team has hired Doug Leaverton as Amateur Scout, Matt Ryan as Amateur Scout, Colin Mayberry as Hockey Operations Assistant and Joe Robinson as Assistant Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist.
Nadeau is entering his 15th season with the Bruins organization, his 12th in the team's hockey operations department after finishing last season as Director of Hockey Operations/Analytics. A 1999 graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst with a degree in Sports Management, he joined the Bruins in 2003 in the club's media relations department and moved into hockey operations in 2006 as Manager of Hockey Administration. After four seasons in that capacity, he was promoted to Director of Hockey Administration and added scouting at the collegiate level to his responsibilities. He and his wife Taryn have three children, daughter Finley and sons Kelton and Trevor.
Rogalski has been with Boston since the 2009-10 season where he originally served as the Assistant to Hockey Administration, before he was transitioned to Video Analyst, a position he held for five seasons. In September of 2015, Rogalski was transitioned to Hockey Operations Assistant, a position which he held for the last two years. Prior to joining the Bruins, Rogalski had previously held internships with the New England Patriots in their Marketing and Football Operations Department. The West Springfield, MA native graduated from Bates College in 2009 where he earned his degree in Economics.
Leaverton will be based out of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he'll scout prospects in the United States. He joins Boston after serving the 2016-17 season as Director of Player Personnel for USA Hockey's National Team Development Program. He played college hockey at Colorado College and also served for three seasons as head scout and assistant coach of the USHL's Cedar Rapids club.
Ryan will be based in Ontario and will serve as a regional amateur scout covering the Ontario Hockey League. He played 11 pro seasons, mostly at the AHL level and in Europe, including 12 NHL games with the Los Angeles Kings in 2005-06. He retired as a player following the 2014-15 season and has most recently been a scout with the NHL's Central Scouting Bureau.
Mayberry comes to the Bruins after his time as the Brendan Burke Intern with USA Hockey's National Development Program during the 2016-17 season. Mayberry graduated in 2012 from Bryant University in Rhode Island before earning his MBA from Seton Hall University. Prior to joining Boston, Mayberry worked for the Greenville Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL in numerous capacities.
Robinson joins the Bruins from Vanderbilt University, having served as the sports physical therapy resident for the 2016-17 season. Prior to joining Vanderbilt's Sport's Medicine Team, he served as an intern with EXOS in Performance Physical Therapy and as an Assistant Athletic Training Intern with the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs for the 2012-13 season. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy, both from Grand Valley State University.