All posts tagged "Rick Tocchet"
Canucks never considered bringing in an interim head coach, even as Boudreau got emotional about his impending exit.
The Vancouver Canucks have officially fired Bruce Boudreau as the coach and hired Rick Tocchet. There were other coaching changes as...
The Vancouver Canucks have reportedly decided that Rick Tocchet will be the team's next head coach and waiting for his TNT...
/ 2 years ago
There are/were at least six names high on the Philadelphia Flyers list of possible coaching candidates. Who is the favorite?
/ 2 years ago
There aren't many options left for Rick Tocchet when it comes to landing a head coaching job in the NHL. Are...
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- Detroit Red Wings’ Yzerman: Playoffs Not Only Priority This Season
- Jets Reportedly Won’t Trade Scheifele Until One Condition Met
- Lightning Move Quickly After Archibald Elects Not to Come to Camp
- Huge Link to Huberdeau as Flames Try to Re-Sign Elias Lindholm
- Canadiens Might Be “Saving Up for Something Big” Says Insider
- Insider Uses Matthews’ AAV to Predict Next McDavid, Draisaitl Contracts
- Flyers Can’t Be Liking Lack of Matvei Michkov Ice Time In KHL
- Tim Stutzle Has Blunt Take on DeBrincat’s Departure from Senators
- Oilers’ Host Posts McDavid Stats, Balks at Matthews is Best Claim
- Canucks: Tanner Pearson’s Health Fuels Trade Market Speculation
- Flyers Says Carter Hart To Be At Camp Despite Odd Instagram Moves
- Treliving Admits He’s Failed to Instill Sense of Urgency in Nylander
- Fitting for Blackhawks to Retire Chelios’ Jersey vs. Red Wings
- Notable Change In Negotiating Positions for Hellebuyck and Jets
- Blues Likely to Keep Kasperi Kapanen After Drunk Driving Charge
- Insider Makes Bold Prediction on Leon Draisaitl’s Future with Oilers
- Patrick Kane Has Options on Table Outside of Red Wings
- Shanahan’s Run as Maple Leafs President Under the Microscope
- Philadelphia Flyers Sign Morgan Frost to Promising 2-Yr Contract
- Phil Kessel Return to Penguins Unlikely Amid Team’s New Strategy