Jordan Sigalet was born on February 19, 1981 in New Westminster, British Columbia and is a retired National Hockey League Goaltender. Jordan was originally drafted in the ninth round, 209th overall, by the Boston Bruins in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. Jordan played collegiate hockey for the Bowling Green Falcons where was the first goaltender to hold the position of Team Captain for the college. During his time at Bowling Green State University, Jordan was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (“MS”) yet he went on to earn ALL-CCHA First Team honors in 2003-04 and Second Team honors in 2004-05. After concluding his collegiate career, Jordan began his professional career playing for the Providence Bruins before also spending time playing for the National Hockey League’s Boston Bruins. Jordan retired from professional hockey in 2009 and he currently serves as the goaltending coach for the Calgary Flames.

What was the most memorable moment of your hockey career?

Getting to play college hockey and professional hockey with my younger brother Jonathan


What advice would you give to future professional hockey players?

Everyone has a different path, trust the process and control what you can control. If you put in the work on and off the ice the rest will take care of itself


What are you doing now since retiring from professional hockey?

Goalie Coach for the Calgary Flames since 2014