The New York Rangers made a pair of additions to their front office this week hiring Steve Greeley and Nickolai Bobrov, the club announced.
Rangers’ GM Jeff Gorton has appointed Greeley as the club’s assistant director of player personnel while Bobrov will serve as New York’s director of European scouting.
Greeley joins the Rangers after spending the past two seasons as the associate head coach at Boston University. While at Boston University, the 34-year-old played a vital role in the recruiting process. During the 2014-15 season Greeley helped the Terriers earn the top record in Hockey East during the regular season, win the Hockey East championship and advance to the National Championship game.
Bobrov spent the past three seasons as the North American representative for the KHL’s SKA St. Petersburg. Prior to joining the KHL, Bobrov was a pro scout with the L.A. Kings from 2006-09. The 39-year-old also spent seven seasons with the Boston Bruins where he worked with Gorton. In his final five seasons with Boston, Bobrov was the club’s director of European scouting.