Scott Nichol

Scott Nichol was a 1993 NHL draft pick of the Buffalo Sabres and played 19 professional seasons which included 662 games in the NHL. Included in his stops in the NHL was tours with Buffalo, Calgary, Chicago, Nashville, San Jose and St. Louis. He spent his first six professional seasons in the Sabres organization, playing 325 regular season games with the Rochester Americans in the AHL.

Coach Nichol’s holds the position of Director of Player Development for the NHL’s Nashville Predators and GM of their affiliate team the Milwaukee Admirals. In his role with the Predators, Coach Nichol is responsible for following and evaluating prospects drafted by Nashville, in addition to working with players on all levels throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. He assists them with their maturation process into NHL players by focusing on nutrition, off-ice workouts and conditioning, practice habits and game performance.