Is John Tortorella the Next Coach of the Vancouver Canucks?

And because Friday needed more news from the coaching department, there are multiple reports coming out of Vancouver that former New York Rangers coach John Tortorella is set to be named the next head coach of the Canucks. Of course, we all know that Alain Vigneault was formally named the head coach of Tortorella’s formerContinue reading “Is John Tortorella the Next Coach of the Vancouver Canucks?”

Flyers Fire Stevens

It seems like it was only yesterday that I was posting here about the possibility of the Philadelphia Flyers canning coach John Stevens. And now it looks like the Flyers have made it official, firing Stevens after the team’s loss to the Canucks. The team officially announced the decision during a press conference and namedContinue reading “Flyers Fire Stevens”

John Stevens is Precarious in Philadelphia

Sources in Philadelphia say that coach John Stevens’ job could be in jeopardy if the Flyers don’t improve soon. With tonight’s Philly loss to the Vancouver Canucks, it doesn’t look like things have turned around. The Flyers were heavily hyped going into this season, picked by many analysts to challenge for the Stanley Cup. TheyContinue reading “John Stevens is Precarious in Philadelphia”

Canucks Lock Up Coach Vigneault

In locking up head coach Alain Vigneault through to the 2012-2013 NHL season, the Vancouver Canucks have sealed the puzzle for the upcoming season and seem to have all the pieces in place. Vigneault’s contract would have expired at the conclusion of the 2009-2010 season and might have left some question marks on the club’sContinue reading “Canucks Lock Up Coach Vigneault”

Senators’ Coach Clouston Moving Forward

Ottawa Senators head coach Cory Clouston has not had an easy time of it thus far. Leading the Senators from behind the bench has not been an easy task, as he’s been at the core of the Dany Heatley drama and has had to deal with a team of, let’s be honest, underachievers. Still, whenContinue reading “Senators’ Coach Clouston Moving Forward”