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Flyers Coaching Candidate: Paul Maurice

If the Flyers are looking for a coach who has established a legacy of building strong teams, look no further than Paul Maurice. The 55 year old coach has a history of winning and mentoring players. But how good has he been?. Maurice played in the Ontario Hockey League in...
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Mike Babcock, Paul Maurice not looking to coach in NHL this season

The turmoil surrounding the Edmonton Oilers resulted in several jerseys being thrown on the ice after a 6-0 defeat at the hands of the Florida Panthers. As silly as it sounds, jersey tosses have often come just ahead of a coach’s dismissal, as Ron Wilson and Travis Green can attest. The situation with Dave Tippett in Edmonton is an evolving one, as Ryan Rishaug of TSN explains that though a change isn’t imminent, it is a “day-to-day process” at the moment and suggests that a poor result against the Calgary Flames Saturday night would likely leave no choice for general manager Ken Holland.
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Enforcement Notice - Hearing 22-0005 - IIROC Will Hold A Disciplinary Hearing In The Matter Of New Brunswick Investment Advisor Paul Maurice

MONCTON, NB, Jan. 7, 2022 /CNW/ - A disciplinary hearing has been scheduled before a hearing panel of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) in the matter of Paul Maurice. The hearing concerns allegations that:. (a) In January and February 2020, the Respondent engaged in discretionary trading in...
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Paul Maurice Resigns As Winnipeg Jets Head Coach

Paul Maurice has resigned as the head coach of the Winnipeg Jets. Maurice’s Jets currently sit in fifth place of the Central Division and he believes they need a “new voice” heading into the new year. “If you’ll allow me some arrogance, I feel I’m better positioned...
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Paul Maurice resigned and that is not a mark against him

Paul Maurice left the Winnipeg Jets on his own terms. We do not know if he had many conversations about resigning, but he chose to resign instead of waiting to get fired. This allows for Maurice to have more control over his future if he decides to coach again because he is not still being paid by the Jets and therefore they do not need to be asked permission to talk to him.
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Hours after coach Paul Maurice resigns, Jets fall to Capitals

Conor Sheary scored the go-ahead goal midway through the third period for the visiting Washington Capitals on Friday in a 5-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets, who lost their head coach and a game all in a 12-hour span. Friday started with Jets head coach Paul Maurice resigning his position...
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Paul Maurice Did the Jets a Favour By Stepping Down

Whether he was pressured by True North or decided to do it all on his own, Paul Maurice did something rare for an NHL coach: he left on his own terms. His Friday-morning resignation was a surprising end to his nine-season, 600-game tenure as the Winnipeg Jets’ bench boss, and came among calls for his firing due to the Jets’ struggles despite being a Stanley Cup contender on paper after a strong offseason by GM Kevin Cheveldayoff.
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Paul Maurice Resigns as Winnipeg Jets Head Coach; Lowry Takes Over

This morning it appeared to be a normal game day morning for the Winnipeg Jets as they prepared to host the Washington Capitals tonight at the Canada Life Centre, but then all things changed when the Jets made a surprise lunchtime announcement. Paul Maurice, who was in his ninth season...
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“Today is a Great Day for the Winnipeg Jets” – Paul Maurice Resigns

There will be a new face behind the bench in Winnipeg on Friday night. Well, not brand new entirely, but former Jets’ assistant coach has taken on the role of interim head coach of the club following Paul Maurice’s Friday morning resignation announcement. Opting to walk away on...
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Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice resigns after nine seasons

Dec. 17 (UPI) -- Paul Maurice stepped down as head coach of the Winnipeg Jets on Friday after nine seasons at the helm, saying he was no longer the person to lead the team. Jets assistant coach Dave Lowry agreed to take over as the club's interim head coach for the remainder of the season. He was behind the bench for Winnipeg's home game against the Washington Capitals on Friday night.
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Blues at Winnipeg: Jets adjust to life without Paul Maurice

TV, radio: BSM, WXOS (101.1 FM) Paul Maurice surprised the Jets and the hockey world Friday by announcing he was stepping down as coach, saying the team needed a new voice. For now that voice is Dave Lowry, a former Blues forward, who moves up from assistant coach to guide the club the rest of the season. Currently in fifth place in the Central Division (13-11-5), Winnipeg has won only four of its last 14 games (4-8-2).
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NHL roundup: Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice resigns

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice has resigned, saying his longtime team needs to hear a “new voice.”. The Jets announced Maurice’s decision on Friday, and said it was effective immediately. Dave Lowry, an assistant under Maurice and the father of Jets forward Adam Lowry, agreed to serve as the interim coach for the rest of the season, General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff said.
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