Found May 14, 2013 on Queen City Sports:
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Roque has worked as an assistant with Rolston in the past © CCHA New full-time Buffalo Sabres head coach isn’t wasting any time when it comes to filling out his staff. After deciding to keep Teppo Numminen on his staff and relieve James Patrick and Kevyn Adams of their coaching duties, Rolston has begun the process of adding new faces to his staff. The first new face is reportedly Lake Superior State University men’s hockey coach Jim Roque. Jim Roque is leaving Lake Superior to join the Buffalo Sabres as an assistant. Worked with Ron Rolston at Clarkson from 96-99 — Cap Carey (@CapCareyWDT) May 14, 2013 As the above tweet mentions, Roque worked with Rolston for four years at Clarkson University where they were assistant coaches under Mark Morris. They also worked together at LSSU in 1990. The team has yet to officially announce the hiring, and no decision has yet to be made on the future of goaltenders coach Jim Corsi. The post Report: Rolston Adds Roque To Staff appeared first on Queen City Sports.
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