After nine seasons as an assistant coach at Yale, Josh Siembida will not return to the Bulldogs’ bench for the 2021-22 season, according to multiple sources.
Siembida served three seasons as the volunteer goaltending coach from 2012-15 before joining Keith Allain’s full-time staff at the beginning of the 2015-16 campaign. Yale is the only coaching stop on Siembida’s résumé.
A 2006 graduate of Quinnipiac, Siembida played two years for Rand Pecknold’s Bobcats. The Dorchester, Ontario, native spent the first years of his collegiate career at North Dakota. Allain hired Paul Kirtland last offseason to replace Ryan Donald, who left to take the head coaching position with the BCHL’s Cranbrook Bucks.
Curry’s Manastersky leaving for Union
Curry College head coach TJ Manastersky is leaving the Division 3 college after nine seasons to become an assistant coach at Union College.