MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens’ Executive VP Hockey and General Manager Pierre Gauthier announced Tuesday six appointments within the club’s hockey department.
Serge Boisvert and Ryan Jankowski will join the Canadiens’ amateur scouting group. Vaughn Karpan becomes a professional scout, and Christer Rockstrom will assume scouting duties for European leagues as of September 1st.
At the administrative level, the team announced the appointment of Ken Morin as hockey information coordinator.
Finally, Pierre Allard becomes the Canadiens’ new strength and conditioning coach.SERGE BOISVERT, amateur scout
Serge Boisvert joined the Canadiens in 2009 as a consultant in player development. The former right winger played with the Canadiens from 1984 to 1988, and was a member of the 1986 Stanley Cup Championship team.RYAN JANKOWSKI, amateur scout
Ryan Jankowski was employed by the New York Islanders as assistant general manager and director of amateur scouting since 2006. He joined the Islanders as amateur scout in 2002, before spending three years in Prague as the team’s Director of European scouting.VAUGHN KARPAN, professional scout
Vaughn Karpan becomes professional scout following five years as part of the Canadiens’ amateur scouting group. He joined the Canadiens in 2005, after spending several seasons as Chief Scout for the Phoenix Coyotes and the Winnipeg Jets.CHRISTER ROCKSTROM, scout (Europe)
Christer Rockstrom was a member of the New York Rangers organization for the past 21 years, including the past five seasons as Director of Player Personnel - Europe. He previously served as a European scout for the Rangers for 16 years. He also covered part of Europe as a scout for the Detroit Red Wings organization, from 1984 to 1989.KEN MORIN, hockey information coordinator
Ken Morin is the former captain of the McGill Redmen hockey team, where he earned a degree in Industrial Relations. Last season, he played as a defenseman with the CIS Royal Military College team, and the Bakersfield Condors in the ECHL.PIERRE ALLARD, strength and conditioning coach
Pierre Allard was a strength and conditioning consultant for the past decade. He spent the 2009 10 season as strength and conditioning coach with Berlin and Hamburg in the German hockey league. He also worked with the QMJHL Rimouski Oceanic, and as a consultant for Hockey Quebec. He works with several NHL players in the offseason.See alsoWorkin' itMy Essentials: Jaroslav SpacekMy Ultimate Foursome: PK SubbanRandy Cunneyworth named head coach of the Hamilton BulldogsOne-year contract for Ryan RussellHabs sign Cédrick Desjardins