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2016-17 New York Rangers Yearbook

PAT BOLLER Assistant Coach/Assistant General Manager Pat Boller is currently in his 10th season behind the W olf Pack bench as an Assistant Coach. In his role, Boller serves the team as a bench coach and video analy st. In addition, Boller added the title of As sistant General Manager prior to the start of the 2016-17 season. Boller, 43, joined Hartford after serving nine years in the Rangers organization as a Coaches Assistant and Director of Operations, Madison Square Garden Training Center. In this capacity, he worked closely with Video Analyst Jerry Dineen to prepare video, as w ell as assisting with pre-scouting and tracking statistics. Additionally, Boller helped coordinate team travel and scheduling. Boller was also instrumental in organizing and assisting with summer prospect and development camps, working closely with Rangers’ prospects on and off the ice. T he summer months also involved setting up player rehab and offseason programs in preparation for the coming season. A former college hockey player and assistant captain at SUNY Potsdam, Boller was a member of the coaching st aff at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York. During his tenure, Manhattanville won the ECAC Championship three-straight seasons (2005, 2006, and 2007). He helped lead Manhattanville to an appearance in the Division III Final Eight in 2005 and 2006, and a Final Four appearance in 2007. The Queens, New York, native made it to the international stage in 2006 as Video Coach for USA Hockey at the World Junior Championship, serving under Head Coach Walt Kyle. He also went on to coach at the USA Select 15 Festival in 2006 and 2007. Boller and his wife, Claudia, reside in D anbury, Connecticut with their sons, Kyle and Jack. KEITH McCAMBRIDGE ASSISTANT COACH Keith McCambridge is currently in his first season with the W olf Pack coaching staff after being named Assistant Coach on August 3, 2016. McCambridge, 42, joined the Rangers organization after serving five seasons (2011-12 – 2015-16) as Head Coach of the Winnipeg Jets’ AHL affiliate (St. John’s IceCaps from 2011-12 – 2014-15 and Manitoba Moose in 2015-16). He posted a 179-158-23-20 record (wins-losses overtime losses-shootout losses) during his five seasons as Head Coach of the IceCaps/Moose and guided the team to a pla yoff berth twice over the span. In his first season with the team in 2011-12, M cCambridge helped St. John’s finish in first place in the A tlantic Division with a 43-25-5-3 record and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. The IceCaps earned 99 points during the regular season in 2013 -14 (46-23-2-5 record), and McCambridge helped the team advance to the Calder Cup Finals. In addition, McCambridge served as the Head Coach of the Eastern Conference All-Stars at the 2012 AHL All-Star Classic. Prior to becoming Head Coach of Winnipeg’s AHL affiliate, the Thompson, Manitoba, native served as an Assistant Coach with the Manitoba Moose for two seasons (2009-10 and 2010-11). McCambridge also spent six seasons with the Alaska A ces of the ECHL (2003-04 – 2008- 09), serving three seasons as a player/Assistant Coach (2003-04 – 2005-06), one season as an Assistant Coach after finishing his playing career (2006-07), and two seasons as the Aces’ Head Coach (2007-08 and 2008-09). Prior to beginning his coaching career, McCambridge played 11 seasons of professional hockey (1995-96 – 2005-06) in the AHL, ECHL, and International Hockey League (IHL). In seven AHL seasons, he registered nine goals and 21 as sists for 30 points, along with 1,057 penalty minutes in 378 games. In his final season as a pla yer in 2005-06, McCambridge won the Kelly Cup as ECHL Champions while serving as the captain of the Alaska Aces. In addition, McCambridge helped the Kamloops Blazers win the Memorial Cup while playing his final season of junior hockey in 1994-95. He was selected by the Calgary Flames in the eighth round, 201st ov erall, of the 1994 NHL Entr y Draft.


2016-17 New York Rangers Yearbook
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