Eric Boguniecki was named assistant coach of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on July 12, 2011 and enters his seventh season in that capacity, including his fifth year under head coach Brent Thompson. Boguniecki and Thompson previously teamed up in Bridgeport during the 2011-12 season, when the Sound Tigers posted a 41-26-3-6 regular season record to win the Northeast Division for the second division title in team history.
Prior to joining the Sound Tigers, the West Haven, CT native enjoyed a 13 year professional career, including stops in the National Hockey League with the Florida Panthers, St. Louis Blues, Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Islanders. During the 2002-03 season with the Blues, he posted NHL career highs in goals (22), assists (27) and points (49).
An eighth-round pick (193rd overall) of the Blues in the 1993 NHL Draft, Boguniecki won the Les Cunningham Award as the American Hockey League's Most Valuable Player in 2001-02 with the Worcester IceCats. Boguniecki ended his playing career as a player/coach with the Alaska Aces of the ECHL, alongside Brent Thompson.
Before going pro, Boguniecki played four seasons at the University of New Hampshire from 1993-97.
Vazzano joined the Sound Tigers prior to the 2015-16 season as a Video Coach for the team.
Prior to joining the Sound Tigers, Vazzano played goalie at the University of Vermont. John's brother Alex played with him at Vermont for two seasons before transferring to Sacred Heart from 2012-15.
A native of Trumbull, Vazzano graduated from The Gunnery in Washington, Connecticut.
David Stickney is in his sixth season as Sound Tigers athletic trainer. Stickney comes to the Sound Tigers after serving as the head athletic trainer of the Erie Otters in the Ontario Hockey League.
Leni DiCostanzo enters his eighth full season as the Sound Tigers equipment manager in 2017-18.