Putigna will play for Hockey Canada and Deraney will serve as the Head Coach for the U.S. U22 Team.
As the Director of Hockey Operations, Simpson will be in charge of team travel plans, updating the prospective student-athlete database, updating the current student-athlete database, coordinating special events and he will aid the coaching staff in day-to-day operations. Simpson also will work largely as a video coordinator for the Friars.
While at Laurentian, Simpson spent the 2013-14 season with the Laurentian University Women's Hockey Team as its video coach.
The Ontario native spent the 2011-12 season working for the Sudbury Wolves in the marketing department. While with the Wolves, he was in charge of brand activation, game statistics and controlled in-game property sponsorship. During that time he also was working with Capital Sports Management, the sister company of the Ottawa Senators, where he took care of pre- and post-game preparation and venue management.
He is the son of Dave and Thanh Simpson and has one sister, Erin. Simpson also is the cousin of former women's ice hockey player, Brittany Simpson `09. He will be pursuing a Masters in Business Administration while at Providence.
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