Jared’s Daily: Carbery Linked To Caps Coach Opening; Coyotes Future Unknown
Former Hershey Bears head coach Spencer Carbery may be in the running for the Washington Capitals’ head coaching vacancy.
That and more from around the league in today’s daily.
The Capitals are believed to be interested in Spencer Carbery for the team’s head coaching job, according to a report. He’s been an assistant with the Toronto Maple Leafs since 2021. [WHN]
As the Capitals look to get younger, where does 36-year-old TJ Oshie fit in? The case for keeping him — and the case for moving on. [WHN]
Around The League
The Coyotes future in Arizona (or more specifically, Tempe) is in question after a $2.1 billion arena development project was soundly rejected by voters, based on early returns. [AZ Central]
The Tempe vote to approve a new Coyotes arena fell far behind, and president and CEO Xavier Gutierrez said what's next for the franchise has yet to be evaluated, putting the team's future in Arizona in jeopardy. pic.twitter.com/tCe57LhM7v
— Arizona Sports (@AZSports) May 17, 2023
Statement from NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman regarding the results of the arena vote in Tempe, Arizona. pic.twitter.com/MVL3AUWP7R
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) May 17, 2023
From The National Hockey Now Network
Carolina Hurricanes head coach Rod Brind’Amour isn’t the only ex-Flyer with ties to the Eastern Conference Finals. [Philly Hockey Now]
Former Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin is drawing interest around the league, especially in Pittsburgh. [Montreal Hockey Now]
All things considered, Evan Rodrigues seemed to be a bargain for the Avalanche this season. [Colorado Hockey Now]