White leaves Brown staff, is reported to be replaced by Yale’s Guerriero

Associate head coach Mark White is leaving Brown to become an amateur scout for the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets.

A Brown spokesperson confirmed the move, which was initially reported on Twitter by the Providence Journal’s Mark Divver.

Assistant coach Jason Guerriero, meanwhile, will move from Yale to Brown, the New Haven Register reported.

White joined the Brown staff in 2009 after four years at Bentley and was elevated to the Bears’ associate head coach in 2011.

A former New Hampshire defenseman, White played three professional seasons before starting a coaching career.

Guerriero is the second assistant to leave Yale’s staff this offseason; associate head coach Dan Muse became head coach of the USHL’s Chicago Steel in May and was replaced by former volunteer coach Josh Siembida.

A former Northeastern forward, Guerriero was at Yale for two seasons after two seasons as an assistant at Holy Cross.

The Register reported that Guerriero has been looking for coaching opportunities closer to Boston, where his wife and young daughter live.

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