Posted June 18, 2012 on
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San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson has officially announced that Todd McLellan will return next season as coach.
Wilson said McLellan and the coaching staff were still being evaluated shortly after the Sharks were knocked out of the playoffs in the first round by the St. Louis Blues.
While there were no indications that McLellan would not be back for a fifth season in San Jose, there was no public announcement until Monday. McLellan said he could be making changes to his staff and had a list of potential assistants he wanted to talk to.
Wilson said the major change he wanted from the team was going from one that was ''passive and reactive'' to one that would be ''aggressive and proactive'' next season.
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Todd McLellan will return next season as head coach of the San Jose Sharks, the team announced Monday. After the Sharks were eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs in the first round by the St. Louis Blues, general manager Doug Wilson said Monday, he needed time to evaluate along with McLellan what their needs are. He also wanted to make sure McLellan was fully recovered from...
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The San Jose Sharks were back in the new again today as some of the ownership group and GM Doug Wilson had a little...
This was probably coming, per TSN’s Darren Dreger:
Expect San Jose Sharks to announce an agreement with veteran D-man, Brad Stuart today or tomorrow. 3 year term.
Here’s hoping that he gets a sweet deal and experiences all sorts of success…Except when he’s playing Detroit, both in the regular season and playoffs