Marty Mjelleli

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Marty Mjelleli
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Born (1983-01-07) January 7, 1983 (age 39)
Faribault, Minnesota, USA
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight 205 lb (93 kg; 14 st 9 lb)
Position Forward
Shot Left
Played for Gwinnett Gladiators
Johnstown Chiefs
Romijnders Devils Nijmegen
Amstel Tijgers
Neusser EV
NHL Draft Undrafted
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Marty Mjelleli (born January 7, 1983 in Faribault, MN) is a former American professional ice hockey left wing who played in the German Oberliga Neuss EV, Netherlands Eredivisie Amsterdam Tigers, and East Coast Hockey League ECHL Johnstown Chiefs.

Mjelleli played for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL from 2002–04 and was coached by the leagues all-time wins leader Bob Ferguson. The former captain helped the team to two straight Clark Cup playoff berths and was named to the USHL All-Star team in 2004. He would later return to Des Moines for various organizational roles including assistant coaching under J.P. Parise 2008–09, serve as an interim head coach 2011–12, assistant coach for Jon Rogger 2012–14, and a regional scout Dave Allison 2014–present. Mjelleli is also a member of the Buccaneers Hall of Fame.

After his days as a Buccaneer Mjelleli received a scholarship to play division I hockey at St. Cloud State University 2004–08. He helped the Huskies to three straight WCHA Final Five’s and twice to the NCAA Tournament. In 2008 he received NCAA Hockey Humanitarian recognition, was a three-time WCHA All-Academic team member and was named to the All-America First Team for the Lowe’s Senior Class Award. The Cum Laude graduate also authored the popular book St. Cloud State Hockey: Guts, Goals and Glory. The book chronicles the schools rich hockey history and retails at Barnes & Noble. In 2015–16 he was named Graduate of the Last Decade Award for SCSU


"The Journey Continues" written by the Faribault Daily News, talks about Marty's strengths as a person and as a coach.[2]




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