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#141 herbst20

 

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Posted 25 May 2017 - 03:58 PM

Roughriders hire Francis Anzalone as associate head coach. Anzalone had a previous stint as a Riders assistant.

http://www.thegazett...-coach-20170525

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Posted 25 May 2017 - 05:29 PM

Roughriders hire Francis Anzalone as associate head coach. Anzalone had a previous stint as a Riders assistant.

http://www.thegazett...-coach-20170525

 

Knew I knew that name, but as Frank.   Sure enough QC Mallards of the IHL and CHL:   http://www.hockeydb....ay.php?pid=8474

 

Francis:  http://www.hockeydb.....php?pid=155316

 

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Posted 25 May 2017 - 06:01 PM

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Posted Yesterday, 03:32 PM

Former Youngstown coach Anthony Noreen named Tri City head coach

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Posted Yesterday, 04:16 PM

Kearney, NE- The Tri-City Storm is proud to announce Anthony Noreen as its new Head Coach and General Manager, the eighth person to hold the title in the team’s history. Noreen comes to Kearney after head coaching the Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL) for two seasons and Youngstown Phantoms (USHL) for four seasons, where he was named USHL Coach of the Year in 2015.

“I am excited and honored to be named the Head Coach and General Manager of the Tri-City Storm,” said Noreen. “My passion lies in developing young men to have a chance to achieve their hockey goals and be the type of people the whole community can be proud of. I cannot wait to get to work to help provide the Tri-City area with a team that they will be proud of both on and off the ice.”

Storm owner Kirk Brooks added about the hire, “We are excited to have a coach of Anthony’s caliber in Tri-City. He has a proven track record for both winning and developing players at the USHL level.” In talking about the upcoming season Brooks said, “We feel like the players we have returning along with the players we were able to secure through moves we made last year and in the draft give us a great opportunity to challenge at the highest levels of the USHL. Steve Lowe, our President of Hockey Operations, was instrumental in each of those steps as well as our hiring of Anthony.”

A native of Chicago, Illinois, Noreen started his coaching career in 2007 as an assistant coach at Wisconsin – Stevens Point, his alma mater. He had his first chance to become a head coach in 2011 with the Youngstown Phantoms, and made the playoffs in three of his four seasons (overall regular season record of 117-99-19). In his last season there, the Phantoms won the Anderson Cup and Noreen was named USHL Coach of the Year. He was then hired away for his first professional head coaching position with the Orlando Solar Bears. In just under two seasons, Noreen guided the Solar Bears to a winning record of 38-35-5-5.

Noreen replaces Bill Muckalt, who leaves Tri-City to pursue coaching opportunities at higher levels of hockey. “Bill helped bring our first Clark Cup Championship to Tri-City, and he and Barrie will always be a part of the Storm family,” explained Brooks. In that historic championship season, the team went on a franchise-record 13-game point streak and ended the playoffs with both the most goals scored and fewest goals allowed in the USHL. “We are proud Bill’s time with the Storm has opened up opportunities for him to advance his career, and wish him continued success.”



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Posted Yesterday, 05:21 PM

The Noreen PK with Ytown was worth the price of admission.  This guy plays up tempo hockey, great for the fan.  Glad to see him back.

 

Help me out.   This is the first we heard Muckalt won't be back? 


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Posted Yesterday, 05:32 PM

In his last season there, the Phantoms won the Anderson Cup and Noreen was named USHL Coach of the Year.

 

Forgot about this.   Really good hire.  .......Anyone dig into what the Storm might have coming back and/or rate their draft this year.  What does Noreen have to work with in Year 1?  

 

TC went from worst to 1st last year and SC from worst to a Clark Cup Game 5 OT from being the champ. 


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Posted Yesterday, 07:09 PM

The Noreen PK with Ytown was worth the price of admission.  This guy plays up tempo hockey, great for the fan.  Glad to see him back.

 

Help me out.   This is the first we heard Muckalt won't be back? 

 

I think he is going to Michigan Tech.



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Posted Yesterday, 07:53 PM

The information I received is that Muckalt is going to Michigan as an assistant coach. He is a former Michigan player and was an assistant under Michigans new coach at Michigan Tech.



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