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Flyers notes: Brad Shaw hiring official, preseason schedule released

The Flyers made Brad Shaw's hiring as an associate coach official on Tuesday after his former team in Vancouver had already announced that he was leaving for Philadelphia last week. Shaw was an assistant on John Tortorella's staff in Columbus and will be rejoining the Flyers' new head coach behind...
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Flyers name Brad Shaw associate coach

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today they have hired Brad Shaw as an associate coach, according to President of Hockey Operations & General Manager, Chuck Fletcher. Shaw will join head coach John Tortorella's staff behind the bench with the primary focus on the team's defense. "The familiarity in working closely with...
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Philadelphia Flyers Hire Brad Shaw

After the news was broken previously by his former club, Brad Shaw has now been officially introduced as an associate coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. New head coach John Tortorella is getting the band back together, having previously worked together with the Columbus Blue Jackets as recently as 2020-21. He released a statement on his new addition:
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Canucks hire Mike Yeo, Jeremy Colliton; Flyers hire Brad Shaw

The Canucks have filled out their coaching staff for next season. The team announced that they have hired Mike Yeo as an assistant coach. He takes over for Brad Shaw, who is leaving Vancouver to become an associate coach with the Flyers. Meanwhile, Vancouver has hired Jeremy Colliton as their new head coach with AHL Abbotsford, replacing Trent Cull, who has been promoted to an assistant coach in Vancouver. GM Patrik Allvin released the following statement about the moves:
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Canucks: No surprise Brad Shaw getting Blackhawks bench-boss consideration

Assistant, associate and interim head coach. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Those National Hockey League labels stick to Brad Shaw like gum on his shoe. While the Vancouver Canucks’ associate is grateful to have carved out a 17-year coaching career with four teams —...
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Chicago Blackhawks request to interview Luke Richardson, Brad Shaw

When Dominique Ducharme was unavailable due to a positive COVID-19 result in the 2021 playoff run, assistant Luke Richardson stepped in without missing a beat. The long-time NHL defenseman, who played more than 1,400 games in the league, had some head coaching experience with the Belleville Senators previously and had no trouble taking the reins in Montreal. The team played well, and Richardson was suddenly being looked at as a future NHL coach.
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Chicago Blackhawks seek permission to interview Luke Richardson, Brad Shaw in coaching search

The Chicago Blackhawks are intensifying the search for their next head coach, sources tell Daily Faceoff. The Blackhawks have sought permission to speak to Montreal Canadiens assistant coach Luke Richardson, 53, who has a wealth of experience at the pro level. He previously worked as an assistant coach for the Ottawa Senators from 2008-09 through 2011-12 and the New York Islanders in 2017-18. He also served as head coach of the AHL’s Binghamton Senators for four seasons and coached Team Canada to a Spengler Cup title in 2017. Most famously, Richardson was thrust into temporary head coaching duty with the Habs in the playoffs during the 2021 third round and the start of the 2021 Stanley Cup Final while Dominique Ducharme was in COVID-19 protocol.
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Canucks’ Brad Shaw Will Have Impact on Penalty Killing Units

When Alex Edler left the Vancouver Canucks and signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Kings, he took his 180 shot blocks and league-leading 180:12 of shorthanded ice time with him. In the last two offseasons, they have lost two of their best penalty-killing defencemen in Edler and Chris Tanev and one of their best centermen in Jay Beagle. Nate Schmidt, who accounted for 94:09 of shorthanded ice time last season, was also traded away.
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