Found June 26, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
The Red Wings are going to move quickly to fill the assistant coaching vacancy created by Jeff Blashill’s demotion to the Grand Rapids Griffins, and while it’s assumed that the Wings will look internally to find a candidate to succeed Blashill, Red Wings executive and player mentor Chris Chelios tells the Macomb Daily’s Chuck Pleiness that he’s not interested in the job: “I’m not ready to take over a full responsibility job like that,” Chelios said in a phone interview Tuesday. “I think I’m two years away from actually taking a full-time job again.” .... “I can honestly say I would hope to find a position like that in my future, but right now I’m pretty content with having that freedom of going to see my kids play,” Chelios said.Continue reading "Red Wings late evening news: on Chelios, Schultz and Parise"
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