Found June 19, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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 the concussion he suffered in February when he was hit by a stick during a game. Along with the announcement came word that McLellan will have at least one new assistant coach. Their penalty kill finished 29th out of 30 teams this season. Wilson made it clear that, while McLellan is keeping his job, he almost certainly will need to show improvement next season if he is to keep it. "We look at it that when you sign up for this business, you're on the hot seat," Wilson told the San Jose Mercury News. "That's the way it should be. You set high expectations, and we're all big bo...

McLellan returning as Sharks' coach

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...

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