Nolan returns to the NHL accepting front office job with Los Angeles Kings

Jordan Nolan

By Sam Laskaris Writer Jordan Nolan, a three-time Stanley Cup champion, is back in the National Hockey League (NHL). But the 32-year-old, a member of Garden River First Nation in northern Ontario, is no longer playing. Instead Nolan has joined the front office of the Los Angeles Kings, the franchise he played for when he won the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014. He will serve as a consultant for the Kings’ community and hockey development department. “The LA Kings’ organization has always been special to my family and me,” Nolan said. “To be given the opportunity to come back and work with the Kings is an honour. I’m thankful for the opportunity and look forward to making a difference in the Los Angeles community.” Nolan, who ended up winning…

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