The league has announced that Trever Karasiewicz, the FHL's leading scorer last season has retired and become the head coach of the Demonz, whom he had joined as a player late last year. Personally, I think he would have done more good putting up points on the ice than taking a stab at coaching.
Well, at this point in his career, he probably recognizes that his ceiling as a player probably isn't very high, so might as well try to build up his coaching credentials as soon as possible. Plus, checking over his playing career stats, his entire career's been down in the UHL/SPHL level or lower, so you've got to figure that the odds of him getting into the ECHL or AHL are probably slimmer than ever now that he's north of thirty.
If he does well enough in the FHL as a coach, who knows? Might get some attention from one of the higher minor leagues, juniors, or elsewhere. Could be the first step.
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