Bowdoin tabs longtime NCAA coach Moore as new assistant for men’s team

Bowdoin announced Tuesday the hiring of Stan Moore as assistant men’s hockey coach.

A veteran coach with over 30 years of experience in coaching, Moore fills the position vacated by Eric Graham, who was named head coach at Johnson and Wales last month.

A native of Potsdam, N.Y., Moore played collegiate hockey at Oswego and professionally with the Enschede Lions of the Dutch Ice Hockey Federation.

Following coaching stints at Potsdam and Brockport, Moore coached in the Division I ranks with Brown, Providence, Colgate and Union. He was named interim head coach at Colgate in 2003-04, where he led the team to a 22-15-5 record and was named the ECAC Coach of the Year. Since then, Moore had coaching stops at Providence and Colby, where he was the interim head coach for the Mules in 2011-12.

Most recently, Moore was a coach at Kents Hill School and Bridgton Academy and this past winter, led Kaltern Rothoblaas Hechte to the Italian Hockey League Series B championship.