Bill Guerin fires another Wild coach

More changes in Minnesota.

Michael W.

The Minnesota Wild failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs this season, and GM Bill Guerin decided to make one major change over the course of the campaign with the termination of head coach Dean Evason; he was replaced by John Hynes. 

And now, Guerin is at it again with the termination of assistant coach and former Wild forward Darby Hendrickson, who had been in his position for the last 12 years. 

“I would like to thank Darby for all his hard work and commitment to the Minnesota Wild during his long tenure with our organization,” said Guerin. “He has done a tremendous amount of good things for our team and the State of Hockey as a player and a coach. I wish Darby and his family all the best in the future.”

Hendrickson played over 500 NHL games, including three and a half with the Wild upon their introduction into the NHL in 2000.

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