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Topic - Marc Crawford
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.
This season, Marc Crawford guided the Dallas Stars to the most points of any team in NHL history that didn't make the playoffs.
Crawford told the Vancouver Province this week that he has spoken to all three teams that still have head coaching vacancies and that after a two-year stint coaching in Switzerland (which included a Swiss-A League title), he is refreshed and ready to return to the NHL.
"We had to have a great performance from our goalie," Stars coach Marc Crawford said. "He was absolutely terrific. It's a much bigger win when you get a performance like that from your backup. Sometimes you need your guys to rise to the challenge and Andrew didn't let them down. It was huge for him, huge for us."