He spent parts of five seasons with the Cougars, becoming one of the most popular players of all time. And now Nick Drazenovic is rejoining the team as it’s Director of Player Development.
The Prince George minor hockey product stands seventh on the Cougars all time scoring list with 214 points. He was drafted by St. Louis in the sixth round in 2005 and played NHL games for the Blues, Columbus and Pittsburgh before retiring last spring.
In a tweet, Drazenovic says “I’m very excited to be joining the @PGCougars. This organization is on its way to the top.”
Drazenovic will begin his new job immediately.