About Rob Rassey
Rassey, who originates from Shelby Township, MI, carries involvement in hockey from competing for the Huskies Men’s Ice Hockey team at Northeastern University in Boston, MA to the Youngstown Phantoms of the United States Hockey League (USHL), and for the North American Hockey League (NAHL), where he was a two-time captain. Rassey is the first individual to depart from the National Hockey League (NHL) to join the TPH team making this a special opportunity for both Rassey and the Chicago CoE. Following an impressive two-year season as an amateur scout for the Detroit Red Wings, Rassey will bring much knowledge from the NHL organization.
During his time at Northeastern from the 2005-2009 season, Rassey’s successful collegiate career encompassed an impressive track record as a four-time letterman, four-time Hockey East Academic Honor Roll recipient, as well as earning the 2008 Coaches’ Award for loyalty and friendship. Rassey assisted in setting university records for the program and earning the school’s first NCAA tournament bid in more than 20 years. Following graduation, Rassey pivoted as a volunteer coach for his alma mater. Additionally, he has credentials that consist of a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Management and graduated Magna Cum Laude.
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