June 5, 2013

NHL News: Dallas Stars, Mike Modano, Jim Nill, Glen Gulutzan, Vancouver Canucks, Dallas Eakins

The Dallas Stars are going green something closer to the Minnesota green they wore before the NHL team moved to Texas 20 years ago. The Stars unveiled a new logo on Tuesday with a redesigned jersey heavy on the green that retired franchise icon Mike Modano donned after the Minnesota North Stars made him the top overall draft pick in […]

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June 4, 2013

Mark Messier Expected To Compete For New York Rangers Coaching Job

Mark Messier is expected to compete for the New York Rangers coaching vacancy, a source confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com. It is believed that Messier, who has two young children, is discussing the possibility with his family and is strongly considering pursuing the opening. The 52-year-old Messier already holds a post within the organization he currently serves as […]

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May 26, 2013

What Hockey Analysts Are Saying About Possible New Vancouver Canucks Head Coach

Darren Dreger of TSN threw out some names in a tweet this week, that could replace Alain Vigneault as the new head coach of the Vancouver Canucks. The list included Dave Tippett, Lindy Ruff, Tom Renney, Guy Boucher, Paul Maurice, Scott Arniel, Dallas Eakins and Jacques Martin. Doug Houda, Ron Wilson and Larry Robinson have also been mentioned as candidates in […]

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May 21, 2013

Patrick Roy Will Reportedly Be Named New Head Coach Of Colorado Avalanche

The Denver Post is reporting that the brother of Patrick Roy said that Roy will be named the new head coach of the Colorado Avalanche. Stephane Roy, the younger brother of Patrick, said: “They’re discussing the final details of an arrangement. Colorado is going to be very happy. Patrick is looking for a new challenge.” […]

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May 17, 2013

Colorado Avalanche May Hire Coach Without NHL Experience

Adrian Dater of the Denver Post reports that new Colorado Avalanche hockey ops chief Joe Sakic may have had a change of heart about hiring a coach without NHL experience as reported yesterday. That would seem to put former Avs legend and current Quebec junior league bench boss Patrick Roy firmly back in contention for Joe Sacco’s old job. “Indications from the […]

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May 16, 2013

Colorado Avalanche Likely To Take Time Before Hiring Next Coach

Adrian Dater of the Denver Post strongly suggests it’s going to be a while before the Colorado Avalanche hires a new bench boss. Likely, as discussed before, because the club wants to have a shot at hiring the current head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, Dave Tippett. “The Avs would like to see if Dave Tippett will be available. The Phoenix coach’s […]

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June 13, 2012

Washington Capitals Expected To Talk With Jon Cooper About Vacant Head Coach Position

According to the Washington Times Norfolk Admirals coach Jon Cooper could be a contender for the vacant position with the Washington Capitals. Cooper said in a phone interview Tuesday that he would listen if the Capitals contacted him. “I’ve put myself in a position that if I could have an opportunity to go to an NHL […]

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May 31, 2012

Remaining Head Coach Candidates For Montreal Canadiens

With Bob Hartley hired as of the head coach of the Calgary Flames on Thursday, there are three names believed to be in the running for the head job with the Montreal Canadiens. Michel Therrien, Guy Carbonneau and Marc Crawford are rumored to be the top contenders to fill the open position. TSN’s Bob McKenzie agrees that Therrien […]

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May 22, 2012

Brent Sutter Frontrunner To Become Next Head Coach Of The Edmonton Oilers?

Brent Sutter appears to be the frontrunner to become the next coach of the Edmonton Oilers. The Oilers didn’t renew Tom Renney’s contract after he went 55-85-22 in two seasons. Sutter was let go by the Calgary Flames in mid-April after a year in which he went 37-29-16, missing the playoffs for the third straight […]

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May 18, 2012

Mike Sullivan A Candidate For Calgary Flames Coaching Position

Along with Troy Ward and Bob Hartley, there may be a strong third contender for the head coaching gig in Calgary. George Johnson of the Calgary Herald proposes New York Rangers assistant Mike Sullivan could be the ideal candidate overall. “At 44, Sullivan would project the youngish, upwardly mobile image an exhausted, stale franchise keeps insisting it’s […]

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