Greg Rallo recently completed his second season as an assistant coach for the Admirals, helping the team to the AHL’s best record in 2019-20.
The 39-year-old native of Gurnee, Ill., played 12 seasons of pro hockey from 2005-17 that included stops in the NHL, AHL, ECHL and the German professional league. Rallo competed in 11 NHL games with the Florida Panthers from 2011-13 and scored his first career NHL goal on April 2, 2013, against the Tampa Bay Lightning. In 615 career AHL contests, Rallo compiled 165 goals and 177 assists for 342 points, including a career-high 54 (26g-28a) with Texas in 2010-11. His AHL career featured stints with six different clubs and saw him captain the San Antonio Rampage in 2013-14 and serve as an alternate captain for the Texas Stars in 2015-16. Rallo also won the 2007 Kelly Cup as ECHL champion with the Idaho Steelheads, where he had 31 points (13g-18a) in 37 games.
Prior to his professional career, Rallo played four seasons for Ferris State University in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association from 2002-06, where he had 108 points (46g-62a) in 152 games. He also produced 1.30 points per game in junior hockey as a member of the North American Hockey League’s Springfield Jr. Blues from 2000-02.
Rallo and his wife, Liana, have two daughters, Avery and Addison, and a son, Ryder.