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San Jose Sharks to stick with Doug Wilson

Doug Wilson The San Jose Sharks mutually parted ways on Monday with former head coach, Todd McLellan. The Sharks then proceeded to fire assistant coaches, Jay Woodcroft and Jim Johnson to really make it clear that they believed that the bulk of the blame fell on San Jose’s coaching staff. Unsurprisingly, San Jose general manager, Doug Wilson stuck around on the Sharks payroll...
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Filling the Sharks Coaching Void

Monday marked the end of Todd McLellan’s 8 year tenure as the Sharks head coach. Leaving with him also were assistants Jay Woodcroft and Jim Johnson. Like many other sports, the off-season can often times be the real season, and the decisions an organization makes during this time can mold the direction they go for several years. Fans in San Jose found themselves torn during this...
Via BaySportsNet
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Between the Pipes-04/21/15: Flyers begin search for new head coach; Todd McLellan next in line?

Welcome to Between the Pipes, a look at the Philadelphia Flyers and the NHL through linkage.   McLellan next Flyers coach? Todd McLellan and the San Jose Sharks have parted ways. Does he come to Philly next? [ Sam Carchidi] [The Hockey Writers- Andy Dudones] [ Panaccio] [ Bill Meltzer]  NHL Playoffs A look at the first round of...
Via Flyerdelphia
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Wilson Addresses Sharks, McLellan, Future

Monday afternoon after the dust had settled, myself and other members of the media ascended upon SAP Center for one final trip this summer. After the announcement that the Sharks and head coach Todd McLellan had agreed to “mutually” part ways, general manager Doug Wilson held a press conference where questions were asked and…..asked. Wilson kicked off the presser thanking all...
Via BaySportsNet
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The Status Crow: McDavid should refuse Oilers, McLellan out in San Jose, First Round thoughts

“Are you KIDDING me?” -Hockey / YouTubeF On Saturday night, generational phenom Connor McDavid’s fate would be known as the National Hockey League held its annual draft lottery in Toronto. All 14 teams that missed the playoffs had a shot at the top pick, with the lowest ranked teams having the best odds at selecting first overall. The Hockey Gods have a twisted sense of...
Via The Hockey Guys
5 days ago  |  Discuss

San Jose Sharks: Farewell Todd McLellan

Early Monday morning, the San Jose Sharks made an announcement that head coach Todd McLellan has made a mutual agreement to no longer coach the Sharks. And yes, he did in fact participate in the decision. McLellan said he had to review it for himself, why it was best for him to leave. He included the effects it would have on his family, his staff, he looked forward to the season...
Via BaySportsNet
6 days ago  |  Discuss

McLellan, Sharks “Mutually” Part Ways

The day most Sharks fans feared was coming, finally arrived. As previously reported here on Bay Sports Net, Sharks head coach Todd McLellan and the team announced Monday morning that the two were “mutually parting ways.” Bay Area sports fans have been treated to this same situation now twice this year, with the announcement that the 49ers and then head coach Jim Harbaugh were...
Via BaySportsNet
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd McLellan Parts Ways With Sharks After Seven Seasons As Head Coach

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Todd McLellan is out after seven seasons as coach of the San Jose Sharks. The team announced Monday that McLellan and the Sharks agreed to part ways after the team missed the playoffs for the first time since 2003. McLellan had one year remaining on his contract. McLellan had a successful run with the Sharks despite the latest disappointing...
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Todd McLellan, Sharks ‘mutually agreed to part ways’ (Puck Daddy)

David Pollak was on to it . Todd McLellan won’t be fired from the San Jose Sharks. Instead, the team announced on Monday that they’ve “mutually agreed to part ways" with the head coach. From the Sharks: “I want to thank Todd and his staff for their years of service to the San Jose Sharks organization,” said [GM Doug] Wilson. “Sometimes a change is best for all parties...
Via Philly Sports Live
6 days ago  |  Discuss

No decision yet on status of Sharks coach Todd McLellan

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) The locker clean up, exit interviews and goodbyes began a lot sooner than usual for the San Jose Sharks after they missed the playoffs for the first time since 2003. Answers about the status of coach Todd McLellan will still have to wait. The Sharks held their annual clean out day on Wednesday with players undergoing physicals, management and coaches starting...
Via AP on Fox
11 days ago  |  Discuss

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