The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Tuesday Mark Recchi will be an partner manager for a team.
He will reinstate Rick Tocchet, who was named a conduct manager of a Arizona Coyotes.
“Mark Recchi will be a extensive further to a coaching staff. His new story with a organization, generally with a players and coaches, and his implausible believe of a game, will assistance to safeguard a seamless transition. It’s usually wise that he starts his NHL coaching career a same year he is inducted into a Hockey Hall of Fame,” pronounced Jim Rutherford, executive clamp boss and ubiquitous manager of a Pittsburgh Penguins.
Recchi was announced as partial of a Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017 in June. Recchi is No. 12 all-time on a NHL scoring list with 1,533 career points.
He was drafted by Pittsburgh in 1988.
Three years later, he became a pivotal member of a initial championship group in Penguins history. He was traded to Philadelphia a following season, though eventually came behind to Pittsburgh as a giveaway representative in 2004.
The Pens traded Recchi again in 2006, this time to Carolina. After winning a Cup with a Hurricanes that season, he returned for a third army in Pittsburgh.
Recchi eventually changed on to Atlanta, Tampa Bay and, finally, Boston, where he late after winning a Cup for a third time in 2011.