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Topic - Jason Herter
The Norfolk Admirals just returned home from Toronto on Monday after capturing the American Hockey League's Calder Cup, and more celebrations are set for Wednesday. So coach Jon Cooper has been a little busy.
"There's a lot of good coaches out there. I just think you're talking about a guy who has a track record and a good situation to go to," Herter said.
"I don't know what NHL guys think about who they look for in coaches, but I can just tell you about Jon himself, what I think, being a colleague, and that is, whatever it is, he's got it," Herter said. "Whether it's how he manages relationships between the team, how he delivers his message to the team, everybody I know that's played for him in the past and present that I've talked to absolutely loved playing hockey for Jon Cooper. I don't know how much of a [tough guy] he is or not, but his message gets across to the players no matter what level it is."