|Scott Jacque-Frederick Pellerin
Height: 5' 11", Weight: 190 pounds
Born: 1.9.70 Shediac, New Brunswick
|How he arrived: Via Entry Draft
How he left: Signed as a free agent by the St. Louis Blues, 7.10.96
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
After winning the Hobey Baker Award in his senior year at the University of Maine, Pellerin bounced back and forth
between the Devils... actually, both New Jersey AND Utica, and the River Rats. The most games in one season he saw
in New Jersey was the 45 in his first pro season. From 1993 on, he had largely been playing with Albany, and with a lot
of success, I might add.
In the NHL, though, he wouldn't put up the numbers he was able to put up in Albany or at Maine. However, in signing
with the Blues, he was able to become a regular NHLer. Although after leaving the Blues in 2000, he moved around
frequently: 6 different teams up until he retired in 2004, including a return to St. Louis.
He would co-found a hockey equipment supplier with Cal Ingraham, a teammate of his at Maine, after retirement called
Juniors Hockey, who specialize in equipment for players under 5-10.
He was also an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Kings' AHL team, the Manchester Monarchs, having been with
them from 2006 to 2012. Following that, he joined the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in the same capacity for 2 seasons.
Currently, he sits as the Toronto Maple Leafs' Director Of Player Development.
|Entry Draft: 1989 Third Round Pick (47th overall) by the
New Jersey Devils