When Rick Bowness was asked to take the reins for the Dallas Stars 11 months ago, nobody was happy with the circumstances — the team’s previous head coach, Jim Montgomery, had been abruptly let go.
Paul McFarland only spent one season as an assistant coach with the Toronto Maple Leafs, but it was longer and crazier than any National Hockey League season in recent memory.
Nathaniel Brooks already owns an impressive coaching resumé in hockey.
On the morning of Oct. 22, I asked Bruce Cassidy how it would feel to vote for the first time as an American citizen.
George Kingston’s remarkable career in hockey owes in part to some formative years in Canada West.
There were a handful of weaknesses that doomed the Capitals in 2019-20, but among the biggest was the team’s defensive play.
Chris Taylor remembers when Pat Burns told him he’d made the NHL out of training camp for the first time in his career.
Jared Bednar of the Colorado Avalanche does not fit the stereotype of the NHL’s hottest young coach: he’s a graying 48-year-old who spent 16 years playing and coaching in the ECHL, never once getting a sniff at playing in The Show.
Team added forwards Anderson, Toffoli, d-man Edmundson, goalie Allen in off-season
Peter Laviolette completed his staff Wednesday by adding someone familiar to him and retaining a trio of assistants familiar with Washington’s personnel.
Jon Cooper is a pretty famous guy right now.
He joined the elite fraternity of head coaches who have won the Stanley Cup three weeks ago in Edmonton when the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Dallas Stars 2-0 in Game 6 of the NHL final – becoming the first B.C.-born head coach ever to win hockey’s most coveted prize.
“That was the hardest cup to win.”
That’s according to Prince George born Jon Cooper who is now a Stanley Cup champion as head coach with the Tampa Bay Lightning.