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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Glen Gulutzan
The Dallas Stars have fired coach Glen Gulutzan after he failed to make the playoffs in two seasons at the helm.
Glen Gulutzan couldn't end the longest playoff drought in franchise history for the Dallas Stars and the second-year coach didn't hold the option on the remaining season in his contract.
The Dallas Stars fired general manager Joe Nieuwendyk on Sunday after four seasons, two coaches and no playoff appearances.
Before Glen Gulutzan even became coach of the Dallas Stars, captain Brenden Morrow tapped into his grapevine to learn about the 39-year-old career minor-leaguer.
As a new general manager, Joe Nieuwendyk tried putting his stamp on the Dallas Stars by making his first coaching hire a well-traveled veteran who'd won a Stanley Cup. That didn't work too well, so Nieuwendyk took the opposite approach this time.
The Dallas Stars have agreed to hire Glen Gulutzan as their next coach.
"I think the best way to describe my philosophy is a hard two-way game that has today's tempo," Gulutzan said.