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Lombardi grew up in Ludlow, [[Massachusetts]], and was an All-Western Massachusetts forward for Ludlow High School for the 1974–75 season as a junior. As a senior Lombardi was a member of the Wallace Cup champion Springfield Olympics of the New England Junior Hockey League in 1975–76 for top talent developer [[Gary Dineen]]. Played two more seasons for Dineen, were he was selected to the All-America Junior hockey team. He played college hockey at top flight division 2 Elmira College freshman year, and tranferred to University of New Haven (D2) where he was selected the scholar/athlete his senior year, and served as captain his junior and senior years. Lombardi graduated third in his class.
 
Lombardi grew up in Ludlow, [[Massachusetts]], and was an All-Western Massachusetts forward for Ludlow High School for the 1974–75 season as a junior. As a senior Lombardi was a member of the Wallace Cup champion Springfield Olympics of the New England Junior Hockey League in 1975–76 for top talent developer [[Gary Dineen]]. Played two more seasons for Dineen, were he was selected to the All-America Junior hockey team. He played college hockey at top flight division 2 Elmira College freshman year, and tranferred to University of New Haven (D2) where he was selected the scholar/athlete his senior year, and served as captain his junior and senior years. Lombardi graduated third in his class.
   
Lombardi graduated with honors from Tulane University with a law degree specializing in labor law. He initially became a players agent under the tutelage of famed agent Art Kaminsky, and crossed over to the management side as an assistant general manager to [[Jack Ferreira]] with the [[Minnesota North Stars]], from 1988 – 1990 before moving with Ferreira to the expansion San Jose Sharks. Named general manager of the Sharks in 1996. Son-in-law to Hockey Hall of Fame player [[Bob Pulford]], himself a former longtime NHL general manager.
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Lombardi graduated with honors from Tulane University with a law degree specializing in labor law. He initially became a players agent under the tutelage of famed agent Art Kaminsky, and crossed over to the management side as an assistant general manager to [[Jack Ferreira]] with the [[Minnesota North Stars]], from 1988 – 1990 before moving with Ferreira to the expansion San Jose Sharks. Named general manager of the Sharks in 1996. [[Son-in-law]] to Hockey Hall of Fame player [[Bob Pulford]], himself a former longtime NHL general manager.
   
 
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==As GM==

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