With the current recruiting landscape in college hockey, there is no shortage of potential recruits looking to land an NHL coaching gig.
For the most part, the job descriptions in college recruit, or are based on, one of the most common areas of college recruiting: Hockey.
However, there are a few notable exceptions to this trend.
In the case of the New Jersey Devils, one such exception is the recruiting department.
They have one of college hockey’s top recruitment departments.
In fact, that is the department that leads the nation in recruiting talent for the NHL, according to a report from Sports Business Journal.
In addition to the Devils recruiting staff, there have been multiple other notable college recruits that have gone to the New York Rangers and the Boston Bruins.
In all, the Devils have been on top of recruiting in college basketball for nearly a decade.
For many college coaches, the opportunity to coach in the NHL is a dream come true, and they have been able to attract top talent for years.
But it wasn’t always this way.
When the NCAA began in 1980, the most successful college programs were not the ones that recruited top players in the Hockey East, but rather the top recruits in the Football and Football/Athletics.
This was largely because it was a non-elite conference, which limited the number of coaches that could get their programs onto the NCAA tournament.
The NHL was created in the 1960s to provide a better experience for coaches, so many colleges wanted to be involved in the game.
However it wasn