Calgary names Pittis as assistant with Stockton

The Calgary Flames announced today that they have named Flames Skills Coach Domenic Pittis as an Assistant Coach with the Stockton Heat.
Pittis had previously served as the Flames Skills and Development Coach since the 2013-14 season. The longtime NHL forward will begin his first season as an Assistant Coach with the Stockton Heat during the team’s inaugural season.
The Calgary, Alberta native played 86 games in the NHL with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Buffalo Sabres, Edmonton Oilers, and Nashville Predators and is also a 309 game American Hockey League alum, splitting his career between the Syracuse CrunchRochester Americans, and Milwaukee Admirals. He ended his career playing in Switzerland winning two league championships and a Spengler Cup representing Team Canada.

Pittis joins Head Coach Ryan Huska’s coaching staff which includes fellow NHL alum and Heat Assistant Coach Todd Gill, Goaltending Coach Scott Gouthro, and Travel Manager and Video Analyst Adam Berger.