The United States Hockey League (USHL) announced Tuesday Shaun Morgan has been promoted to Director of Hockey Operations and Administration, effective immediately. The 2022-23 season will be Morgan’s sixth with the USHL as he served originally as Manager of Hockey Operations.
“The USHL is proud to announce the promotion of Shaun Morgan to Director of Hockey Operations and Administration,” said USHL President and Commissioner Bill Robertson. “Shaun has an extensive background with everything USHL and has great rapport with our General Managers and coaches. He is highly-respected in USHL circles.”
In his role, Morgan oversees the League’s central registry and all roster movement, player and team compliance, official scoring reports, supports player safety initiatives and supplemental discipline, enforces USA Hockey rules and regulations and helps with organization and planning of league events. Morgan also manages the USHL Draft, working with League partner RinkNet, to oversee the Draft board and ensure all Member Clubs are up-to-date on transactions and selections.
Morgan joined the USHL after a six-year career as an official that included work in the American Hockey League (AHL), ECHL and Central Hockey League (CHL). His career highlights include working four ECHL Kelly Cup Championship series and one CHL championship series. In addition to his career as a linesman, Morgan worked IIHF, USHL and NAHL games through the USA Hockey Officiating Development Program. Morgan was a linesman in the USHL from 2007-2011.
Originally from St. Louis, Morgan studied at Saint Louis University and graduated with a degree in Business Management in 2011.
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