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2024 WJC | Garrett Raboin

Garrett Raboin is serving as an assistant coach of the U.S National Junior Team for the first time in 2024.

The Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, native is in his first season as head coach of the inaugural Augustana University men’s hockey team in 2023-24.

Raboin completed a four-year stint as an assistant men’s ice hockey coach at the University of Minnesota with a trip to the NCAA Division I Frozen Four in 2023. In 2020-21, he helped coach Minnesota to its first No. 1 national ranking in six seasons. During his tenure, Raboin helped lead the Gophers to the Big Ten championship in 2022, and three NCAA tournament appearances (2021, 2022, 2023).

Prior to joining the Gophers, Raboin served as an assistant men’s ice hockey coach at his alma mater, St. Cloud State University. In six seasons with the Huskies, Raboin helped St. Cloud to five NCAA tournament appearances, including the Frozen Four in 2013, and three regular-season NCHC championships.

As a player, Raboin was a two-time All-WCHA selection and led St. Cloud State to three NCAA tournament berths. He served as captain his junior and senior seasons. Raboin graduated with a bachelor’s degree in special education from SCSU in 2010 before playing professionally in Europe for two seasons.