George Bosak named as Titans goaltending coach

The New Jersey Titans are pleased to announce that George Bosak has joined the organization as the team’s newest goaltending coach.

Bosak will bring 22 years of coaching experience with him, working with AAA goaltenders for 20 seasons and coaching at the NCAA Division I level for four seasons with Arizona State. He brings an extensive record of training goaltenders that have developed into junior, collegiate, and professional goaltenders. In addition, Bosak has played at the minor professional level for three seasons.

Titans head coach and general manager Craig Doremus spoke about the advantages of adding someone of Bosak’s caliber to the organization.

“Any time you can add someone like George Bosak to your staff it enhances the development of the players. His track record with goaltenders speaks for itself and from getting to work and speak with George already, you can see his passion and knowledge of the position. I think for our program, it’s just another advantage to being a New Jersey Titan.”

He also credited Bosak in Perrone’s incredible turnaround midway through the 2018-19 season. After starting the season with a record of 6-8-0 and a 3.90 goals against average, Perrone rebounded by finishing the season with a10-8-2 record, along with a 2.74 GAA and .924 save percentage. Doremus said Perrone’s work with Bosak was a big factor in that second-half resurgence.

“Brandon’s game definitely took a turn for the better once he started working with George last season. I think physically and mentally, George helped stabilize BP and he regained his true form as a goaltender. I don’t believe it’s coincidental that BP’s game dramatically improved once George was on board working with him individually.”

The Titans would like to congratulate Bosak on his new position, as we are excited to have him as a part of the organization.