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08-09-2010, 10:12 AM
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BP says that the Norfolk coach will be announced today however it will not be Vincent.

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BP says that the Norfolk coach will be announced today however it will not be Vincent.
Will be interesting to see who it is then!

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yeah not Vincent

http://www.rds.ca/lhjmq/chroniques/304085.html

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Here's the Google translate version of that article:

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Pascal Vincent withdrew from the race to obtain the position in Norfolk in the AHL AHL.

According to Vincent, the timing was not good because of where the team in Norfolk, the fact that the Montreal Junior will be among the elite of the QMJHL this year and also because his wife is waiting the arrival of a child for the month of December.

The Lightning will announce the successful candidate on Monday.

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Lightning go the USHL route with Jon Cooper. Young, successful (84-27) last two seasons but Anglo meaning we are now moving to Hamilton.

http://lightning.nhl.com/club/news.h...id=DL|TBL|home

He played at Notre Dame (not that ND) which is the same school that Richards and Lecavalier played at. He also played hockey at Hofstra which produced Raheem Morris. He was a lawyer up until 2003.


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Lightning go the USHL route with Jon Cooper. Young, successful (84-27) last two seasons but Anglo meaning we are now moving to Hamilton.

http://lightning.nhl.com/club/news.h...id=DL|TBL|home

He played at Notre Dame (not that ND) which is the same school that Richards and Lecavalier played at. He also played hockey at Hofstra which produced Raheem Morris. He was a lawyer up until 2003.
I like it, good signing. Dominated the NAHL and the USHL the two biggest junior leagues in the states. Now its time to see if he can coach men, at the same time improving our youngsters that we sent down.

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