Scouting Staff

 Jimmy Mullin

Director of Scouting

Jimmy Mullin will be representing the Chippewa Steel as a part of scouting staff for the 2020-2021 season. Jimmy is currently coaching the Indy Jr. Fuel U18 AAA team and is now the midget hockey director of the program. The Indy Jr. Fuel will be in the Central Division in the NAPHL. Jimmy has been around elite hockey since his days as a player at Shattuck St. Mary’s. During his 4 years at Shattuck, Jimmy was drafted by the Fargo Force, received his college scholarship to attend Miami University, and was drafted in the 4th round by the Tampa Bay Lightning. After an injury-stricken junior and senior season, Jimmy exercised his 5th year of eligibility at Minnesota State Mankato.

During Jimmy’s 1 year in the USHL, he represented Team USA in the World Jr. A Challenge and captured the tournament top forward award and the Gold Medal. He also was nominated to the all USHL rookie team and 1st team all USHL. Following his junior career, Jimmy went on the help aid in 3 conference championships. Jimmy was apart of 1 CCHA title, 1 NCHC title, and a WCHA league championship.

Jimmy is excited to share his knowledge and contribute to recruiting efforts and identifying the top talent across the United States and Canada.

Outside the rink, he enjoys hanging with his fiancé and 2 dogs. Jimmy is originally from Philadelphia, PA and he now resides in Fishers Indiana.



Brendan Bradley


Brendan Bradley will be representing the Chippewa Steel as a part of scouting staff for the 2020-2021 season. Brendan is currently coaching at Holy Ghost Prep High School, outside of Philadelphia. He also works with many players in the region to help develop their games on and off the ice. Brendan played his first year of juniors for the Fresno Monsters in the NAHL. There he was chosen to the Top Prospects roster as well as named to the All-Rookie Team. The following season, while competing for the New Jersey Hitmen of the defunct EJHL (currently NCDC), Brendan was awarded The Most Offensive Player as league’s leading scorer. Brendan’s efforts help guide the Hitmen to the Dineen Cup title. Brendan played his college hockey at the University of Vermont. During his college career, he was named Most Improved Player. His graduating class registered the 3rd wins in UVM history. After college, he played professionally with the Adirondack Thunder (ECHL), Kalamazoo Wings (ECHL), Syracuse Crunch (AHL), and Utica Comets (AHL). During his time with Kalamazoo Wings he was awarded Most Improved Player and Best +/- rating. Due to multiple concussions, Brendan’s playing career was cut short.

Brendan is excited to watch a lot of hockey and use his experiences to identify the players that best fit Chippewa Steel hockey.

Outside of the rink, he enjoys spending time with friends and family as well as watching sports. Brendan resides in Philadelphia.