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Executive Bios

  • In his 1st season as Penguins assistant coach
  • Handles the team's forward group and works closely with head coach Mike Sullivan on the power play
  • Served as Penguins development coach from 2014-17
  • Was responsible for working with young prospects throughout the Penguins organization - assisting in the development of players in the minor leagues as well as junior and college hockey
  • Served as a senior advisor for the Dallas Stars from 2012-14
  • Recchi, 49, is a native of Kamloops, British Columbia

Playing Career

  • Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2017
  • Veteran of 22 NHL seasons, including parts of 7 seasons with the Penguins
  • Is a 3-time Stanley Cup champion with Pittsburgh (1991), Carolina (2006) and Boston (2011)
  • Career numbers: 1,652 games played; 577 goals; 956 assists; 1,533 points
  • 7-time NHL All-Star (1991, '93, '94, '97, '98, '99, '00); MVP of 1997 All-Star Game
  • Played for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Montreal, Carolina, Atlanta, Tampa Bay and Boston before retiring in 2011
  • Scored 154 goals, 385 points in 3 stints in Pittsburgh
  • Led Penguins in scoring in 1990-91 with 40 goals and 113 points; added 10 goals and 34 points in postseason to help Pittsburgh win its 1st Stanley Cup
  • Posted 40 or more goals in 4 seasons and scored a career-high 53 goals in 1992-93 with Philadelphia
  • Recorded 100 points 3 times
  • Original draft pick of Penguins (4th round, 67th overall, 1988)
  • Only 11th NHL player to play in 4 decades ('80s, '90s, '00s, '10s)
  • Represented Canada in the Olympics (1998), 3 World Championships (1990, '93, '97) and World Junior Championship (1988)
  • Played junior hockey with New Westminster and Kamloops of the Western Hockey League
  • His No. 8 is retired by Kamloops