Found May 08, 2012 on
The 6th Sens:
After two seasons of coaching the Binghamton Senators and leading them to a Calder Cup championship in 2011, head coach Kurt Kleinedorst has confirmed that he will not be behind Ottawa's AHL affiliate's bench next season. Via Joy Lindsay:
#BSens Coach Kurt Kleinendorst has confirmed he will not return next season. He has no further comment at this time. #BSens
— Joy Lindsay (@PSBJoyOnTheSens) May 8, 2012
Bruce Garrioch elaborated further:
I'm told Kurt Kleinendorst turned down more than one offer of a contract extension from Senators last season. #Sens
— Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) May 8, 2012
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