Hershey Bears Alumni: Scott Sandelin

Hershey Bears of the past. A Blog devoted to the past players of the American Hockey Leagues Hershey Bears. Once a week a former Bear will be profiled. Learn about the individuals who made the Bears the greatest team in minor league hockey history.

Monday, February 19, 2007

Scott Sandelin

Today, Scott Sandelin is the Head Coach of the Bulldogs of the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Sandelin has turned around the WCHA hockey squad and turned a struggling UMD program into a NCAA Frozen Four participant for the first time in nearly a generation three seasons ago.
Sandelin graduated from North Dakota and signed with the Montreal Canadiens. The Hibbing, MN native played for both Montreal and the Sherbrooke Canadiens before being traed to the Philadelphia Flyers.
Sandelin played parts of three seasons on the blueline with the Hershey Bears between 1988 and 1991. During that period, Sandelin also managed to play 15 games with the parent Philadelphia Flyers.
Sandelin currently lives in Hermantown, MN and is married with a daughter and son.


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