#470744863 / gettyimages.comFor those keeping track at home. Former Denver Pioneer hockey player and Team Canada women's national ice hockey team head coach Kevin Dineen has been hired as an assistant hockey coach by the Chicago Blackhawks. NHL.COM -- Kevin Dineen coached the Canadian women's national team to a gold medal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics and most recently coached Canada...
Posted to Gorilla Salad's Play LandNews is coming out Monday morning that the Blackhawks have found their man for the assistant coaching position. Kevin Dineen will be Coach Q’s new assistant. Blackhawks have hired Kevin Dineen as an assistant coach. — James Mirtle (@mirtle) July 14, 2014 Dineen played in the NHL from 1984-2002 and was the head coach for the Florida Panthers...
The Blackhawks announced Monday that they have hired Kevin Dineen to replace Jamie Kompon as an assistant coach. Dineen, 50, was the head coach of the Florida Panthers from 2011 to 2013, leading them to their first division championship in … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Hire Kevin Dineen appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Florida Panthers have relieved interim head coach Peter Horachek of his duties, the team announced Tuesday. Horachek took over as interim coach on Nov. 8, 2013, after the team fired Kevin Dineen amidst a seven-game winless skid and a 3-9-4 start. He compiled a 26-36-4 record in his short time behind the bench as the Panthers finished 29-45-8 and missed the playoffs for the 12th...
Kevin Dineen became coach of Canada's women's hockey team Tuesday ahead of the Sochi Olympics, a month after his firing by the Florida Panthers.
Kevin Dineen has been hired as coach of Canada's women's hockey team following his firing last month as coach of the Florida Panthers. Dineen succeeds Dan Church, who unexpectedly resigned last week less than two months before the Sochi Olympics. Church felt there was a lack of confidence in his ability to win a gold medal. This the first international coaching job for Dineen,...
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