Trumbull, CT native Chris Drury was named General Manager of the Wolf Pack May 16, 2017. He also serves as Assistant General Manager of the parent New York Rangers, having been promoted to that post on September 2, 2016. Click here for Chris Drury's full bio.
Assistant General Manager
Pat Boller is in his 12th season of service on the Wolf Pack staff. The parent New York Rangers added an Assistant General Manager designation to Boller’s title prior to the 2012-13 season, after he had spent six years as an assistant coach. Click here for Pat Boller's full bio.
Wolf Pack goaltending coach Eric Raymond is in his fourth season with the New York Rangers organization in 2019-20.
Raymond works in partnership with New York Rangers assistant coach and goaltending coach Benoit Allaire, assisting him with goaltender development, a working relationship that spans over 30 years.
In addition to his experience with the Ranger organization, Raymond spent eight seasons (2010-11 through 2017-18) as goaltending coach of the Halifax Mooseheads of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Raymond helped guide the Mooseheads to a Memorial Cup championship in 2012-13, a campaign in which Halifax went 58-6-3-1 and also captured the QMJHL regular-season and playoff (President’s Cup) titles. That team’s number-one netminder, Zach Fucale, then went on to become the first goaltender selected in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, picked 36th overall by the Montreal Canadiens.
Raymond, a 47-year-old Montreal native, also has had significant international coaching success, having been on the staff of the Gold Medal-winning Canadian team at the 2018 World Junior Hockey Championship. With that squad, Raymond mentored backstops Carter Hart and Colton Point.
In 11 total years coaching in the QMJHL, Raymond developed several goalies for the Canadian National Under-18 and Under-20 teams. He also won the President’s Cup as a goaltender himself twice, with the Laval Titan in 1989-90 and Verdun College-Francais in 1991-92, both times with Allaire as his goaltending coach.
Raymond enjoyed a 16-year pro playing career, which included 33 AHL games with the Fredericton Canadiens and Rochester Americans. He also saw action in the International Hockey League, ECHL, Colonial Hockey League and Central Hockey League, before spending time with the Canadian National Team and then heading overseas for the last 11 seasons of his career. Those included one year in England, one in Germany and nine seasons in France. He won back-to-back French championships in 2003-04 and 2004-05, with Rouen.
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Strength and Conditioning Coach Mark Cesari is in his eighth season with the Hartford Wolf Pack. Click here for Mark Cesari's full bio.
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Kevin Gately joined the Wolf Pack prior to the 2016-17 season. Click here for Kevin Gately's full bio.
Wolf Pack athletic trainer Brian Fairbrother joined the Wolf Pack staff prior to the 2014-15 season, after eight years working in Sports Medicine at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. Fairbrother was an assistant athletic trainer for the Bobcats, providing medical services for the men’s ice hockey program, and served as an approved clinical instructor and lecturer for Quinnipiac’s athletic training program. Click here for Brian Fairbrother's full bio.
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Assistant Athletic Trainer Matthew Aiello is a new addition to the Wolf Pack staff for the 2018-19 season.
Aiello, 29, came to the Wolf Pack after two seasons as athletic trainer for the Greenville Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL. The Cary, Illinois native was recognized as the 2018 ECHL Athletic Trainer of the Year, the first Swamp Rabbit trainer to be so honored, and also has earned an ECHL All-Star Classic selection.
Since earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Illinois State University, Aiello has seven years of professional experience in the field. He began his career with the Bloomington Prairie Thunder of the Central Hockey League, and also has worked for CHL’s Bloomington Blaze, as well as for the Bloomington Thunder in both the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) and the United States Hockey League (USHL).
Craig Lewis is in his 12th season on the Wolf Pack equipment staff in 2018-19. Click here for Craig Lewis' full bio.
Mike DeLucia is in his first season as a Wolf Pack equipment manager in 2018-19.
Born in New Haven, CT and raised in North Haven, DeLucia has previous hockey experience on the equipment staffs of the AHL’s Beast of New Haven and the New Haven Knights and Danbury Trashers of the United Hockey League.
DeLucia, a lifelong New York Rangers fan, is a 2013 graduate of Mount Ida College in Newton, MA, and came to the Wolf Pack after ten years of working in his family’s business.
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