Last week we took a look at the 10 NHL captains with Ontario Hockey League origins. This week, we turn our attention behind the bench where eleven NHL coaches have OHL roots.
Jay Varady, who led the Tucson Roadrunners to the top spot in the American Hockey League’s Pacific Division before the coronavirus pandemic halted the 2019-20 season, won’t be behind the Tucson Arena bench this season.
Paul Maurice has a theory about the rhythm of a new hockey season.
What’s it like when NHL bench bosses catch up in the off-season? See the comradery between our coaches when they’re not battling it out behind the bench.
Keeping in close contact with team, preparing for all possible variables during period of unknown
Watch as Rick Tocchet, Rob Brind’Amour and Craig Berube join John Dellapina to discuss when they first thought about transitioning from NHL player to NHL coach.
Learn more about your favorite NHL coaches and meet those you don’t yet know in the NHLCA’s Behind The Boards feature.
It’s 11:30 a.m. in Sunrise, Fla. The Coyotes and their coaches have taken the ice for practice at BB&T Center, affording video coach Steve Peters the chance to hole up in the coaches’ office without distraction.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – When all of the Coyotes exit meetings had ended in mid-April, coach Rick Tocchet gave his staff a directive: Take a few weeks off to recharge and reflect on the season.