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Jerry Dineen is in his 27th season with the New York Rangers having joined the organization for the 1994-95 season. In his role as Video Coach, Dineen assists the coaching staff with analysis of game video and pre-scouting film. He provides video for the coaches during game intermissions detailing both the Rangers’ and opponents’ tactics to either exploit offensively or make corrections defensively. In addition, Dineen prepares information for pre-game and post-game meetings in coordination with the other coaches. He also creates highlight and specialty video for the coaching staff and players.
In addition to his work with the Rangers, Dineen assisted the team’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack, during the 1999-2000 when they won the Calder Cup Championship. Prior to joining the Rangers, Dineen skated in 86 career ECHL games over two seasons with the Winston–Salem Thunderbirds and Raleigh Ice Caps. The Seattle, Washington native also played four years of college hockey at SUNY Plattsburgh of the ECAC-W before turning pro. He won the Division III NCAA Championship with the Cardinals during his freshman year.