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Brodeur Game Used Stick and other items package deal

27 July 2015 - 08:55 PM

I am looking to sell all of these items as a package deal $699 (firm). Message me if interested

 

  • Martin Brodeur 1998-99 New Jersey Devils Game Used Signed Goalie Stick
  • Stephane Richer 8x10 Signed Photo
  • Sergei Brylin 8x10 Signed Photo
  • Claude Lemieux 16x20 Signed Photo
  • Chico Resch 8x10 Signed Photo
  • Larry Robinson Signed Canadiens Puck
  • Petr Forsberg Signed Flyers Puck

Flyers have a new coach

18 May 2015 - 10:07 AM

http://www.undsports...TCLID=210095188

 

Hakstol resigns, accepts head job with Philadelphia
 
Courtesy: Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations 
 
 
 

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – University of North Dakota head men’s hockey coach Dave Hakstol, who led the program to seven NCAA Frozen Four appearances in 11 seasons, announced his resignation today and was named head coach of the National Hockey League’s Philadelphia Flyers.

Hakstol was introduced as Flyers head coach at news conference today in Philadelphia. UND Director of Athletics Brian Faison indicated that the search for Hakstol’s replacement at North Dakota is already underway.

“We will seek the best coach for the best men’s hockey program in the country as expeditiously as possible,” said Faison. “I want to thank Dave for the tremendous job he did in leading the men’s hockey program at North Dakota. While the numbers speak to his teams’ many successes on the ice, just as important is the impact he and his staff have had on the student-athletes who have played for him.”

Hakstol, appointed head coach at UND on July 9, 2004 after four seasons as an assistant coach to Dean Blais, amassed a 289-143-43 (.654) overall record in his 11 seasons behind the bench of his alma mater and leaves as the second-winningest coach in program history. The Warburg, Alberta, native led UND to the NCAA postseason in each of his 11 seasons, including seven appearances in the NCAA Frozen Four, most of any program in the country during that span.