|Title:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
Josh Siembida, the former North Dakota (2001-03) and Quinnipiac (2004-06) goaltender, helped Jeff Malcolm become one of the most successful goalies in the history of Yale hockey during his first season as a volunteer coach at Yale in 2012-13. That work enabled Yale to win the 2013 Frozen Four and get Malcolm all-tournament honors.
In 2014-15, Siembida helped Alex Lyon win the Ken Dryden Award for the ECAC's top goalie while being a finalist for the Mike Richter Award. His second-year pupil also set school records for goals against, save percentage and shutouts.
The Timmins, Ontario, native played for the USHL Waterloo Blackhawks before going to college. He began his coaching career after graduating from Quinnipiac in 2006. Siembida, who resides in Hamden, is currently head coach of one of the Connecticut Yankees AAA teams, and has helped develop numerous prep, college and pro players.