Mike Sullivan has been named coach of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, it was announced today by associate general manager Jason Botterill.
Sullivan, 47, has 13 years of coaching experience at the National Hockey League (NHL), American Hockey League (AHL) and international levels. He served two seasons as the Boston Bruins head coach from 2003-06. Sullivan also spent 11 years as an NHL player with four different clubs from 1991-2002, appearing in over 700 games.
"We are thrilled to welcome Mike to the Penguins' organization," said Botterill. "Mike adds a wealth of experience thanks to his many successful years coaching in the NHL and AHL, and with USA Hockey. We believe he will do a great job developing our prospects to prepare them for the jump to the NHL."
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