DAN "BEAKER" STUCK
Dan "Beaker" Stuck serves as the Bears Manager of Wellness and Team Affairs, a role he moved into in 2018 after serving as the team's Head Trainer since 1985.
Stuck became Hershey's Assistant Trainer in 1983, and then took a year away to become the Assistant Equipment Manager for the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers. The following season, in 1985-86, he was named Hershey's Head Trainer, a position he held until moving into a new role in 2018. The man they call "Beaker", has witnessed championships in 1987-88, 1996-97, 2005-06, 2008-09 and 2009-10 under John Paddock, Bob Hartley, Bruce Boudreau, Bob Woods and Mark French. Stuck, one of the most decorated trainers in league history, is a veteran of over 2,600 games and has worked 7 All-Star games.
In 2014, Struck was the first recipient of the Career Achievement Alumni Award from the Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers Society/Society of Professional Hockey Equipment Managers recognizing his dedication and excellence in his field.
Stuck's main responsibilities including working with the hockey operations staff to help maintain the rich tradition of Hershey Bears Hockey within the locker room with the players and coaches.
Stuck lives in Palmyra, Pennsylvania with his wife Janice. He has a daughter, Alexis, and a son Dustin, who serves as the head athletic trainer with the Providence Bruins.