The sixth Amateur Scout in the Las Vegas NHL front office is none other than the former Associate Head Coach at Robert Morris University, Mark Workman.
Workman left Robert Morris on August 4th, which begs the question, how long has he been working with Las Vegas, seeing as his announcement came on September 9th.
The native of Stillwater, Minnesota played collegiate hockey himself at the College of St. Scholastica where he then went on to coach for the eight years following his playing days. He then moved on to Brown University as an assistant coach before taking the job at Robert Morris.
He’ll likely take care of scouting the Midwest United States which is somewhat of a hockey hotbed for collegiate players.
Workman becomes the fourth of six amateurs scouts to not have any prior NHL experience, joining Bruno Campese, Peter Ward, and Raphael Pouliot.