EL SEGUNDO, Calif. The Darryl Sutter Reunion Tour heads towards its third and final tourdate, a sold out Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary where the former coach and GM will appear publicly for the first time on Saturday since resigning as the Flames' General Manager on Dec. 28, 2010.
Reviews from previous tour stops in San Jose and Chicago were mostly positive, highlighted by a 2-0 win at the United Center on Dec. 28 punctuated by a 38-save performance from All-Star goaltender Jonathan Quick. Sutter coached the Blackhawks from 1992-95 and the Sharks from 1997-2003.
If you're looking for any wistful fondness or extended recollection on his time spent in the Calgary organization, or if there's been any extra consideration towards coaching against his brother, Brent, not much has been divulged. The straightforward bench boss appears to have "moved past it," as he said Friday morning from the team's practice facility in El Segundo.
"I mean every coach that's coached a long time usu...