After former Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy was named his new coach earlier this month, the Vegas Golden Knights announced three more additions to their coaching staff on Monday.
John Stevens will serve as assistant, Sean Burke will come on board as Goaltending Manager and NHL Goaltending Coach and Mike Rosati has been named Goaltending Development and Scouting Manager.
The 56-year-old Stephens coached the Philadelphia Flyers from 2006 to 2010 as well as the Los Angeles Kings from 2017 to 2019, and has won the Stanley Cup as an assistant in 2012 and 2014. The past three seasons.
“John Stevens is a highly respected coach in the National Hockey League and has an extensive resume that adds significantly to our staff,” Golden Knights general manager Kelly McCrammon said in a statement. “We are excited to add a two-time Stanley Cup champion with coaching experience.”
Burke, 55, has worked with the Arizona Coyotes and the Montreal Canadiens in front office positions after 18 years in the NHL.
“Shawn Burke is a fantastic addition to the organization, with tremendous experience as an elite National Hockey League goalkeeper and an accomplished coach and CEO,” McCremon said. “We are delighted to maintain Mike Rosati in an influential role across the organization. With these two and Henderson goalkeeper coach Fred Brathwaite, we have demonstrated our qualified experience in the goalkeeper position.”
Rosati, 54, has been with Vegas since its inception in 2016, having worked as a goalkeeper coach for the past two seasons.