Marc-Andre Fleury (left) talks with Gilles Meloche (center) and Dan Bylsma (right). Source: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images
Changes are coming. Whether fans like it or not, the Pittsburgh Penguins organization could be look much different for the 2013-14 season after another disappointing exit from the Stanley Cup playoffs. Gilles Meloche, the goaltending coach of the Penguins for the past seven years, plans to leave his position and move on to another job with the organization this week. Meloche, 62, may become a professional scout with the Penguins, according to the Tribune Review’s Josh Yohe. With Marc-Andre Fleury‘s future with the Penguins uncertain, it was probably time for a change anyway. One internal replacement for the goaltending coach is Mike Bales, who had the same position with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins for the past two years.