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First and foremost, please join me in saying THANK YOU TODD. Say what you will about the fifty one year old, now former head coach of the Edmonton Oilers; but he began something new, and was part of the new era of the Edmonton Oilers, leaving the “decade of darkness” in the past. He led the team to their first playoff birth in eleven years, and made it to game seven of the second round.
McLellan concludes his tenure with the team, boasting a 123-119-24 record.
Many preach that he wasn’t to blame for the Oilers struggles, and that the bulk of that fell on general manager Peter Chiarelli. However, in sports when things don’t go right, teams have to find someone to blame; often times, it falls on the coaches.
While you may not agree that McLellan deserved this fate, often times it takes a move like this to spark and team, and ignite them into success.
Let’s meet the new bench boss in E-Town. Ken Hitchcock has been coaching since 1985, and at an NHL level since 1990-91, where he served as an assistant with the Philadelphia Flyers. Most recently, he coached the Dallas Stars to a 42-32-8 record, before retiring. He was the winner of the 2011-12 seasons Jack Adams award; awarded to the leagues best head coach. That was in his first year with St. Louis, which saw them go 43-15-11. Based on his long history, he’s seen as a hard nosed coach, who gets teams in gear and forces results. -
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