Nov 14, 2012, 10:15 PM EDT
After coaching the Calgary Flames and New Jersey Devils, Brent Sutter is going back to his roots.
Sutter took over as the interim head coach of the Red Deer Rebels in the WHL after firing Jesse Wallin. As Adam Kimelman from NHL.com notes, it’s just Sutter taking over all of the positions of the team as he’s already the owner, president, and general manager of the team.
Sutter left his job as coach of the Flames after the team missed out on the playoffs in April to return to Red Deer. He once coached the Rebels to the Memorial Cup back in 2001 and was the bench boss on a pair of Canadian World Junior Championship teams.
Hey, you can go home and then run the entire show again after all.
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