The two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Kings and a veteran of eight NHL seasons, Jordan Nolan, has returned to the Kings in a front office capacity. Nolan has returned with the Kingsb as a community relations consultant and ambassador.
Nolan will be active in a number of the team’s initiatives and programs. The NHL vet will also hold an important role in the club’s ‘We Are All Kings’ initiative, and special programming that will reflect the values the Kings hold at their core: inclusivity, while ensuring every hockey player and fan feels welcome in the Kings family.
Nolan played in 292 games with the Kings and suited up for the Buffalo Sabres and the St. Louis Blues. He played a total of 375 regular-season games in the NHL.
The Garden River First Nation resident joined the Kings organization in 2009 when he was selected in the seventh round of the NHL Entry Draft. He made his league debut during the 2011-12 season and was a member of the 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup championship teams.
Prior to his selection in the entry draft, Nolan played for three Ontario Hockey League teams between 2005 and 2010. The forward played one year with the Erie Otters, two years with the Windsor Spitfires and two seasons with the Soo Greyhounds.
Nolan also teamed up with his father and brother to create 3|NOLANS, a hockey school that not only teaches on-ice skills, but how to become positive role models and leaders within their communities. And as a consultant with the Kings, Nolan will also serve in the club’s Community and Hockey Development department.