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Sportsnet.ca
Q&A: New Canucks voice Corey Hirsch on Sedins, Boeser, Markstrom, Tanevgo away from home for a long time, and you end up coming back to your roots.”
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 20 hours ago
go away from home for a long time, and you end up coming back to your roots.” SPORTSNET.CA: What is your take on promoting Travis Green to NHL head coach this season?COREY HIRSCH: He’s a former player as well. There’s a new generation of coaches... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Jeff Korbelik: High Vibe Cafe finding niche in downtown Lincoln* Travis Green, who turned over the reins of Dish last month after 11 years as
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted yesterday
* Travis Green, who turned over the reins of Dish last month after 11 years as owner/executive chef, is now teaching in the culinary department at Southeast Community College. He joins a staff that includes Single Barrel’s Brandon Harpster (program... Read more
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Castlegar News
Travis Green awarded Pat Quinn Coach Award by BC Hockey Hall of FameOne of Castlegar’s most famous former residents — Vancouver Canucks head coach
Castlegar News / Posted 7 days ago
One of Castlegar’s most famous former residents — Vancouver Canucks head coach Travis Green — has been awarded the Pat Quinn Coach Award from the BC Hockey Hall of Fame (BCHHF). The award is named for Pat Quinn, a Canadian hockey player, coach and... Read more
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SportingNews
Travis Green opens up about how playing career shaped his coaching philosophy with CanucksTravis Green has a pretty simple philosophy when it comes to coaching. "Try to
SportingNews / Posted 15 days ago
Travis Green has a pretty simple philosophy when it comes to coaching. "Try to make players the best they can be individually and as a team," Green explained to Sporting News Canada. "For me, that's coaching." "I'm a fairly open book when it comes... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Naked Eye vs. Nerdy Guy: Assessing Canucks off-season so fara two-year deal would have been better for the club, the signing is easily just
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 20 days ago
a two-year deal would have been better for the club, the signing is easily justifiable. Plus, Gagner gives new head coach Travis Green an option on the power-play, something the Canucks desperately need. Michael Del Zotto, Alex Burmistrov and... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
NHL Off-Season Power Rankings: Who's improved most (so far)?free agency. As they brace themselves for the Sedins’ (final?) contract year,
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 28 days ago
free agency. As they brace themselves for the Sedins’ (final?) contract year, the Canucks brass gave a young coach (Travis Green) a chance and made a series of smart, short-term UFA signings: Sam Gagner, Michael Del Zotto and Anders Nilsson.... Read more
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TSN
Rookie coaches a growing NHL trendwere filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers
TSN / Posted a month ago
were filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers' Bob Boughner and Vancouver Canucks' Travis Green. Tocchet and the Los Angeles Kings' John Stevens are longtime assistants with some time running a bench, while... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Rookie Coaches Are Growing Trend In NHLwere filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres’ Phil Housley, Florida Panthers
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted a month ago
were filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres’ Phil Housley, Florida Panthers’ Bob Boughner and Vancouver Canucks’ Travis Green. Tocchet and the Los Angeles Kings’ John Stevens are longtime assistants with some time running a bench, while... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Hockey: NHL teams tapping more rookie coacheswere filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted a month ago
were filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers' Bob Boughner and Vancouver Canucks' Travis Green. Tocchet and the Los Angeles Kings' John Stevens are longtime assistants with some time running a bench, while... Read more
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TribLIVE
Rick Tocchet part of trend of new-school NHL head coacheswere filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers
TribLIVE / Posted a month ago
were filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers' Bob Boughner and Vancouver Canucks' Travis Green. Tocchet and the Los Angeles Kings' John Stevens are longtime assistants with some time running a bench, while... Read more
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CTV News
Rookie coaches a growing NHL trendwere filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers
CTV News / Posted 1 months ago
were filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers' Bob Boughner and Vancouver Canucks' Travis Green. Tocchet and the Los Angeles Kings' John Stevens are longtime assistants with some time running a bench, while... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Experience not required: Rookie coaches a growing NHL trendwere filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 1 months ago
were filled by first-timers: the Buffalo Sabres' Phil Housley, Florida Panthers' Bob Boughner and Vancouver Canucks' Travis Green. Tocchet and the Los Angeles Kings' John Stevens are longtime assistants with some time running a bench, while... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
30 Thoughts: Summer market for Matt Duchene could still be openshould play.” (As always, no one quoted is used as an anonymous source.) 22.
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 1 months ago
should play.” (As always, no one quoted is used as an anonymous source.) 22. Good summer for new coaches. Bob Boughner, Travis Green and Phil Housley all came in around $1M per season to start. (As mentioned, Tocchet was a little above that.)... Read more
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