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Devils name John Hynes as new coach - 06.02.2015

John Hynes was hired as coach of the New Jersey Devils on June 2, 2015. Hynes had been the coach of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins, for the past five seasons. He was hired for that job by Devils general manager Ray Shero, who was the GM of the Penguins. ...more

Peter DeBoer hired as coach of Sharks - 05.28.2015

Peter DeBoer was hired Thursday, May 28 as coach of the San Jose Sharks. "It's an honor and privilege to have the opportunity to coach the San Jose Sharks," DeBoer told the Sharks website. ...more

Sabres name Dan Bylsma coach - 05.28.2015

Dan Bylsma was named coach of the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday, May 28. Bylsma received a five-year contract, according to TSN. Bylsma was fired as Penguins coach following the 2013-14 season.

Mike Babcock hired to coach Maple Leafs - 05.20.2015

Mike Babcock was hired by the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday, May 20. Babcock left the Detroit Red Wings, where he coached for 10 seasons, winning the Stanley Cup in 2008 and losing in the Cup Final in 2009.


Hitchcock agrees to contract with Blues
Deal has veteran returning to team for 1 year

McLellan named coach of Oilers
Former Sharks coach replaces Nelson

Flyers hire Hakstol as new coach
College veteran set for first NHL job

Hartley, Laviolette, Vigneault go for Adams
Award for best NHL coach given on June 24

Reese departs Flyers coaching staff
Goaltending coach joined club in 2009

Senators fire MacLean, name Cameron coach
Former Adams winner done in fourth season

Bruins sign Julien to multiyear extension
Reports say contract is through 2017-18

Ducks extend Boudreau through 2016-17

Coach led team to best record last season

Quote of the Day

I don't think it's really truly going to sink in until we drop the puck, to be honest. I know there's going to be a lot of smoke and mirrors with the media attention and all that. We came [Monday] and it was sort of a light day to get things organized. We just want to focus in on the business aspect, the game itself. That's what we're preparing to do. Get these next couple of days out of the way and it's game on.

— Lightning captain Steven Stamkos on playing in his first Stanley Cup Final