About Ben Boudreau

Ben Boudreau – Head Coach, Fort Wayne Comets ECHL

Boudreau, 34, was recently announced as Head Coach of the ECHL Fort Wayne Komets after spending the last five seasons as an assistant, including the last two seasons as an assistant with Fort Wayne. Boudreau made his debut as an assistant coach with Bakersfield in 2014-15 in the ECHL. He logged two seasons as an assistant coach of the Norfolk Admirals prior to his arrival in Fort Wayne in 2017.


Ben Boudreau had a three-year pro career featuring stints with the IHL's Flint Generals, the ECHL's South Carolina Stingrays, the CHL's Wichita Thunder and the Louisiana Ice Gators of the SPHL. Boudreau completed his North American pro career in 2009-10 with Flint, appearing in 42 regular season games and all nine playoff games including the IHL Finals against Fort Wayne.  He concluded his playing career in 2012-13 with Asnieres in France in the IIHF.


The St. Catherine’s, Ontario native is the son of former Komets standout forward Bruce Boudreau. Bruce Boudreau also served as Fort Wayne's head coach in 1993-94 and 1994-95.  

Ben named Head Coach of Fort Wayne - May 30 2019

Ben named Assistant Coach in Fort Wayne - 2017

Ben talks about joining the Fort Wayne Comets as Assistant Coach

Ben's playing career

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