Entire coaching staff of Toronto Marlies terminated

The fallout continues!



The Toronto Maple Leafs have already made a major change within their organization, dismissing general manager Kyle Dubas after five season on the job and only one postseason series victory. 

And while the fallout from Dubas' departure continues in Leaf Land, another major move in the Toronto hockey community has been announced. The American Hockey League affiliate of the Maple Leafs in the Toronto Marlies has made the call to dismiss their entire coaching staff. Head coach Greg Moore along with assistants A.J. MacLean and John Snowden were all shown the door. 

This comes on the heels of the Marlies being swept by the Rochester Americans in the second round of the American Hockey League playoffs despite having finished 1st overall in the North Division. 

“I would like to extend our club’s sincere thanks to our coaching staff for their commitment and contributions to the organization,” said Ryan Hardy, Maple Leafs Assistant General Manager of Minor League Operations. “Our club wishes Greg, A.J., John, and their families all the best moving forward.” 

Moore helped guide the Marlies to the postseason and he departs with an overall record of 107-91-14. MacLean departs after eight seasons, while Snowden had been on the job for two years.