A week after the San Jose Sharks failed to make the playoffs for just the second time this century, the team announced Monday that they were moving on from head coach Todd McLellan.
Anze Kopitar scored the tiebreaking goal late in the second period and Jonathan Quick made 39 saves to cap the Los Angeles Kings’ historic comeback from three games down with a 5-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks in Game 7 of their first-round series Wednesday night.
Todd McLellan seems like he’s been on the NHL coaching hot seat for a solid year or two now. As of Wednesday, you can reportedly remove his name from that list.
“We finish up with Anaheim here on Monday, that’ll be our 15th of 20 on the road and we’ve got a lot of home games left,” coach Todd McLellan said. “So we’re going to win on the road, we’re going to do everything we can there and then we’re going to take it home and make hay there.”
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Nearly two months after their season ended prematurely with a first-round playoff exit, the San Jose Sharks vowed to be a more aggressive team on the ice next season under coach Todd McLellan.
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