's new contract to be head coach of the fledgling Greenville Road Warriors must contain a moonlighting role as the area's tourism director.
If there's one thing he beams about almost as much as hockey, it's his new environs.
"Greenville is a fantastic city," he said. "You can drive 10 minutes and be in the mountains, or be in the city. You have the city life. There's lots to do. It's like a mini-New York City. You have all these little shops. I've been in this league for 12 years as a player and a coach. Greenville ranks in my top five cities to be in."
There's just one problem with Stork's surroundings -- he won't get to enjoy them much. He's already harried trying to put together a team in a new market, and preferably one that can quickly approach the success of the squad he left, Kelly Cup champion Cincinnati.