Lou Lamoriello

Lou Lamoriello

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Louis "Lou" Lamoriello (born October 21, 1942, in Providence, Rhode Island) is the CEO, president, and general manager of the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League (NHL). Lamoriello, who has been with the Devils since 1987, has served longer than any current general manager in the league with a single franchise.

He played a key part in negotiating the settlement of the 2004–05 NHL lockout.

Early life

After attending LaSalle Academy, Lamoriello graduated from Providence College in 1963. He received varsity letters in baseball and hockey and served each team as captain during his senior year.

Lamoriello was a math teacher at Johnston High School for several years ending in the early 1970s.

Providence College

Lamoriello became head coach of the Providence College men's ice hockey team in 1968 and became athletic director in July 1982. During the 1982-83 season, the Friars were 33-10-0—the best record in the nation that year—and appeared in the Frozen Four for the first time since 1964. Lamoriello resigned as head coach in 1983. As athletic director, he hired Rick Pitino as the head coach of the men's basketball team. Pitino would go on to take Providence to the Final Four in 1987.

Hockey East

In July 1983, Lamoriello joined his fellow athletic directors at Boston College, Boston University, New...
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