Randy Carlyle is expected to meet with the Anaheim Ducks to discuss their coaching job, TSN reported Tuesday.
Carlyle coached the Ducks for seven seasons from 2006-11. He made the Stanley Cup Playoffs five times, including winning the Stanley Cup in 2007. He has the most wins in Ducks history (230) and ranks first in most regular-season games coached (434), playoff games coached (46), and playoff wins (27).
Carlyle, 60, was fired by the Ducks in November 2011 and replaced by Bruce Boudreau. Carlyle was hired by the Toronto Maple Leafs less than four months later and coached Toronto from 2011-15, making the playoffs once. In 10 seasons, he is 364-260-80 in 704 NHL games.
The Ducks fired Boudreau on April 29 and he was hired by the Minnesota Wild the following week.
Anaheim reportedly has asked the Wild to talk to Mike Yeo, who was fired in February but is under contract. TSN also reported Travis Green is a candidate.
The Ducks and Calgary Flames are the only NHL teams without a coach.