The Florida Panthers recently promoted former Panther player Bryan McCabe to Director of Player Personnel. Before, he served as the Director of Player Development.
On July 14th, Dale Tallon announced that Bryan McCabe would be promoted within the organization (Director of Player Personnel). He spent the last 5 seasons serving as the Director of Player Development.
As Tallon said: “We are pleased to announce Bryan’s new position as our club’s director of player personnel. Bryan has excelled in helping develop our prospects both on and off the ice, with many of our young guys becoming core players during his time with the club. He has earned the opportunity to take on an expanded role within our day-to-day hockey operations.”
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In response, Bryan McCabe said the following: “I am excited about continuing to take on more responsibility with the Panthers organization. I have really enjoyed my time scouting and working with our prospects as Director of Player Development. While continuing to work with our prospects, I look forward to the challenge of my new role as we compete towards our goal of winning the Stanley Cup.”
Bryan McCabe spent 3 seasons with the Florida Panthers, recording 28G, 76A, and 104P in 199 games played. During his time here in South Florida, Bryan served as the teams sixth captain in franchise history. McCabe went on to end his career off with 1,135 games played in the NHL.
During those 1,135 games played, he represented the Islanders, Canucks, Blackhawks, Leafs, Panthers, and Rangers. He is best remembered for his howitzer from the point. All the best to Bryan in his new role with the Cats!