Head Coach and Former Stanley Cup Winner gets a job offer
The former NHL head coach and Stanley Cup winner, Bob Hartley, confirmed he received a job offer for next season.
Hartley was fired by the Flames, the last NHL he had the chance to coach. Calgary finished with 77 points, 20 fewer than 2014-15, when Hartley led them to the playoffs and became the first coach in Flames history to win the Jack Adams Award.
He also won a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche in 2001 and participate to three Western Conference finals (1999, 2000, 2002)
Currently, Hartley is working as head coach of the Latvian national team with which he is preparing for the World Championship in May.
The 56-year-old Coach confirmed he has received an offer from Swiss Hockey News., but won’t take a decision until the IIHF World Championship is over as reported by
Hartley also finds himself in the middle of many NHL rumors as few teams are looking to hire new head coach for next season.