Thursday, June 7, 2012

Cunneyworth and Ladouceur Out, Lapointe in?, Devils Win and More

The changes just keep coming.

Mere days after Michel Therrien was introduced as the Montreal Canadiens' new head coach, it was announced that both Randy Cunneyworth and Randy Ladouceur were being relieved of their assistant coaching duties.

Meanwhile, Darren Dreger from TSN reports that Martin Lapointe will take over the Director of Player Personnel position with the franchise.

These moves leave a couple of evident questions.

Who will be brought on as Assistant Coaches? What does Lapointe's hiring mean for Trevor Timmins?

Habs News - Panesar and Moustakas: Michel Therrien Named Habs Coach

TSN - Roy: No hard feelings I didn't get the Canadiens job

TSN - Habs fire Cunneyworth and Ladouceur; Lapointe to be hired

TSN - Insider Trading: Discussing Therrien, Burke and Luongo

Hockey News

The Hockey News - THN at the Stanley Cup: Brodeur plants doubt, Devils bring series back to New Jersey

The Hockey News - Ryan Kennedy: Kings GM Dean Lombardi's blueprint for success

The Hockey News - Top 10: Summer storylines

TSN - Krutov, the K in Soviet hockey team's KLM Line, dies at 52

TSN - Report: Preds to trade Radulov or release him back to KHL

TSN - McKenzie: Giving the Devils their due

USA Today - Brodeur, Henrique help Devils stay alive

USA Today - Kevin Allen's three stars of Game 4

(Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images North America)


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