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Topic - Peter Horachek
Now that other NHL head coaching vacancies have been filled, who will land the jobs as Barry Trotz' assistants?
The Capitals' front office hired a new GM and head coach, and now they must look to fill other coaching voids within the system.
Barry Trotz has been linked to the Capitals' head coaching vacancy, but might the former Predators bench boss have multiple suitors?
With a relatively young team, Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon is of the belief that the club needs an experienced coach behind the bench.
With a relatively young team, Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon is of the belief that the club needs an experienced coach behind the bench. And with that, Peter Horachek's time as interim coach is over.
Steven Stamkos could smile after his best offensive game in four months came in a victory.
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Florida coach Peter Horachek found beating his old team very satisfying — even after the Panthers made it more difficult than it should've been.
Here's the status of the Florida Panthers these days: The owner is disappointed, the general manager is angry and the players are underachieving.
"Obviously, they're playing for their lives," Panthers coach Peter Horachek said. "Getting that second one and tying it up was a great momentum boost for us."
After the game, Panthers coach Peter Horachek said Luongo's injury was muscular soreness and not serious.