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The Detroit Red Wings have hired former Edmonton Oilers coach Tom Renney as an associate coach.
Renney, 57, signed a three-year deal with Wings on Thursday.
After winning just 32 games last season, the Oilers in May announced that Renney's contract would not be renewed for the 2012-13 season.
He has coached for the Oilers, New York Rangers and Vancouver Canucks, and has a career 260-255-9-68 NHL record.
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Wow, awesome signing for the Red Wings on the coaching front, from their official Twitter account:
The Red Wings have hired former EDM/NYR/VAN bench boss Tom Renney as an associate coach. Renney, 57, has signed a 3-year deal with the club.
Renney has a career 260-255-9-68 NHL record. BC native won a Mem Cup with Blazers in ’92 and a Silver Medal with Team Canada at ’94 Olympics...
Well here's a bit of good news for the day. Wings hire former Edmonton coach Tom Renney as their new assistant coach. We might be a bit weak on defense, but we are now stacked in the coaching staff ranks. Per TSN:
It didn't take long but Tom Renney is back in the NHL.
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