College Hockey:
Mayotte named volunteer assistant coach at Cornell

Former Union goaltender Kris Mayotte has been named a volunteer assistant coach at Cornell.

“I think that we’ve had a tremendous amount of success with our coaches here helping our goaltenders develop,” Cornell head coach Mike Schafer said in a statement. “I think with Kris, it gives them one extra person to pay specific attention to them, which we haven’t had in a while. I think it will help in development, but it will also give them a chance to air out some of their issues that they might have, or they can discuss different things that he can relate to since he’s played the position.”

Mayotte played for the Dutchmen from 2002-2006, recording a 46-52-13 record. He was a full-time goalie coach last year in Maryland.

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