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Jamie Langenbrunner

Player Development Coordinator

Jamie Langenbrunner is in his fourth season in the Bruins organization, as he joined the team's hockey operations department on Sept. 11, 2015, working on the development of players and prospects throughout the Bruins system.

The Minnesota native came to the Bruins following a 20-year professional playing career in the Dallas Stars, New Jersey Devils and St. Louis Blues organizations. Drafted in the second round, 35th overall, by the Stars in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft, he split his first two pro seasons between Dallas and their IHL affiliates before breaking into the NHL to stay in 1996-97.

He had career NHL totals of 243 goals and 420 assists for 663 points with 837 penalty minutes in 1,109 career regular season games. He added 34-53=87 totals in 146 career NHL playoff games and twice won Stanley Cup championships, with Dallas in 1999 and New Jersey in 2003. He officially retired as a player in January, 2014.

Jamie and his wife Elizabeth have three children, daughter Laine and sons Landon and Mason.