Longtime NHL head coach, Bruce Boudreau, has purchased a junior hockey team in the United States Premier Hockey League’s Premier Division that is scheduled to play in Hershey, Pennsylvania, at historic Hersheypark Arena beginning in the 2021-22 season!



Previously the head coach of the National Hockey League’s Minnesota Wild, the Washington Capitals and Anaheim Ducks. As a player, Boudreau played professionally for 20 seasons, logging 141 games in the NHL and 30 games in the World Hockey Association (WHA). He played for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Chicago Black Hawks of the NHL and the Minnesota Fighting Saints of the WHA. Boudreau won the Jack Adams Award for the NHL’s most outstanding head coach in the 2007–08 NHL season during his tenure with the Capitals.

Bruce will be helping in all aspects of the Cubs business and specializing in player skill development, team systems, etc. Boudreau has owned and operated a youth camp in St. Catherines, Ontario called The Golden Horseshoe Hockey School. Started by Bruce and his family, sons Ben, Andy and Brady, they set out with the intention to make learning the game fun and give kids a great summer hockey experience. 35 years later, their primary focus is still the same. Their professional coaching staff, along side their motivated support staff, provide an opportunity to learn the game of hockey and develop in a pressure-free environment. Bruce currently resides in Hershey, Pennyslvainia with Bruce and their New Foundland Dog, Dixie.



Obviously, an avid hockey fan and Mom. Crystal brings a wealth of hockey operations, administrative and marketing skills to the Cubs Executive team. She has been a very active addition in the Boudreau family summer hockey camp in St. Catherine’s, Ontario for the last 25 years, as well as served on the MN Wild Foundation committee. Crystal currently resides in Hershey, Pennyslvainia with Bruce and their New Foundland Dog, Dixie.



Bob Eisiminger was the co-founder/CEO of Knight Point Systems, with 35+ years of professional experience. Prior to the founding of KPS Bob served in various sales/sales leadership roles winning accolades at every level for a Fortune 100 Pharmaceutical Company. In his last role serving in the Leadership and Management Development Team he made the decision to start a company that he could shape the culture. He is a firm believer in creating an environment where team members can do their best work. He led Knight Point Systems to 8 years in a row on the Inc 5000 list; best places to work awards from the Washington Post; the Washingtonian Magazine; and the Virginia Chamber of Commerce multiple times. He sold KPS to Perspecta in July 2019.

Eisiminger earned a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He was named one of the Distinguished Members of the West Point Society of DC in 2018 and was named The EY Entrepreneur of the Year in the Government Contracting category for the Mid-Atlantic in 2019. He is a serial investor in Veteran Led Companies to include everything from a Yoga Studio to a Brewery to a Software Company. He currently serves on the board of the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund and the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team. Bob also serves as the President of the West Point Class of 1988.



As a lifelong hockey fan, Kevin is thrilled and honored to be a part of Bruce and Crystal’s launch of junior hockey in Hershey. Since moving to Central Pennsylvania in 2003, Kevin has learned and embraced the long and honored tradition of hockey in Hershey. Kevin believes becoming a member of the Hershey Cubs ownership team is not only a wonderful opportunity to become a part of the great hockey legacy in Hershey, but another way to give back to the community. Kevin is the Managing Partner of Harrisburg office of the law firm of Summers, McDonnell, Hudock, Guthrie & Rauch.



In 2020, over dinner with Bruce and Crystal Boudreau, Bruce’s idea and vision of bringing Junior hockey to Hershey would become the Hershey Cubs Hockey Club. Andy and Bruce became lifelong friends in 2005 when Bruce was head coach of the Hershey Bears. Through the Hockey Club, Andy is excited to bring Junior hockey to history rich Hershey, PA, and the historic Hersheypark Arena. “There is such a vast history and legacy of hockey in Hershey and I am proud and grateful to be part of the next hockey venture”. Now a Sales Executive at The Hershey Company, Andy is a proud and lifelong resident of Hershey.



Brady Boudreau, the son of Bruce and Crystal, hold an MBA in Sports Management, has played 4 years of junior hockey, and spent the last 2 years as an assistant coach with the MN Blue Ox. He also successfully started his own Hockey School in Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago and will continue to operate it. Brady has lived in the hockey world his whole life and decided to invest in the team with his parents. Brady’s dream of owning and coaching a junior hockey team is now a reality. He plans on relocating to Hershey from Minnesota this summer. “Hockey is the Boudreau Family Business”



Jay Witta a co owner and Head Coach and GM of the Minnesota Blue OX joins the group as well. The Boudreau’s and Jay have partnered for the last 4 years to make the Blue OX one of the best junior hockey teams around. Focusing on developing the entire person as well as the hockey player. Teaming together again made sense to everyone. Jay lives with his wife Sara in Minnesota and has 4 boys that have all played hockey.



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.