Found May 25, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Tom Renney said his final goodbyes to Edmonton, wishing the best for an organization that had just cut him loose. "My reaction to not coming back was obviously one of real disappointment to say the least," said Renney, a few days after general manager Steve Tambellini announced the club would not be renewing the coach's contract. "When you're in the front end of a building process you don't like to be the guy that's leaving before you even get to the middle. The fact of the matter is that's where I think they are. "I think this is the process to becoming a champion. It's just very disappointing not to be here to continue to execute that plan and be here to support people in order to make that happen. "But I'm not here to throw daggers, I'm here to support this organization all the way to the Stanley Cup. If that's from a distance, having been a former coach, I'm good with that, too. As they say, a clear conscie...

Oilers Need a Steady Hand Going Forward

He was with them through the good, the bad and everything in between but after two seasons as the Edmonton Oilers’ head coach, Tom Renney will head in a different direction. The announcement was made through a simple tweet last Thursday but it wasn’t until Wednesday afternoon that Renney would address the Edmonton media one final time. Speaking for 20 minutes, Renney discessed...
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