Now starring as the shiny new coordinator of the once league-best penalty kill and stacked blue line of the Minnesota Wild - NHL Hall of Fame Defenseman Scott Stevens. Beyond his illustrious playing career, Stevens has also served not only as an NHL assistant coach, but once shared the "Co-Coach" title with one Adam Oates in New Jersey. This looks to be an excellent signing for a team looking for strong leaders to continue to maximize the results of the players on its roster and push toward bringing Lord Stanley's Cup to Minnesota. Stevens has a dazzling resume and is known as a defensive genius, and should infuse life into the Wild's best asset: it's young core of defenders, which may or may not be intact when the season begins. It's an exciting pickup for the team and the players should embrace Stevens great experience immediately.
Here's what happens when a 90's band who no one ever thought would reunite does: PURE AWESOMENESS.
Hall of Famer Scott Stevens named Wild assistant coach - StarTribune.com
Preseason schedule included
Minnesota Wild hire Hall of Famer Scott Stevens as assistant coach
The Wild hired Hall of Fame defenseman Scott Stevens on Tuesday to join coach Bruce Boudreau's staff, adding one of the game's most feared players to the mix.
Wild hire Scott Stevens as assistant coach - Article - TSN
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