Chicago Blackhawks hearth head coach Jeremy Colliton, assistants after 1-9-2 begin


The Chicago Blackhawks fired head coach Jeremy Colliton after a pitiful begin to the staff’s season, which has seen the Blackhawks go 1-9-2. Collition and assistant coaches Sheldon Brookbank and Tomas Mitell, have been fired Saturday following a 5-1 loss Friday to the Winnipeg Jets.

Beneath Colliton this season, the Blackhawks had allowed a league-high 47 targets and are the second-worst staff within the league, outpacing solely the winless Arizona Coyotes. Rockford IceHogs coach Derek King has been named Blackhawks interim head coach.

“It has been an especially tough couple of weeks for our group, and we’ve needed to come to phrases with various essential modifications,” learn an announcement by Blackhawks CEO Danny Wirtz. “As we glance to maneuver ahead, we all know we should earn again the belief of our followers, and we’re grateful for the help of our total group as we work to do exactly that.

“On the ice, Interim Normal Supervisor Kyle Davidson has our full confidence and autonomy to make hockey selections, and we help him on this teaching change. We recognize all that Jeremy has dropped at the Blackhawks, and we glance ahead to working with Derek as our interim head coach whereas we work to rebuild our everlasting hockey operations management.”

Colliton, a former star middle for the New York Islanders, was promoted to Blackhawks head coach on Nov. 8, 2018 after the midseason firing of Joel Quenneville. Over the course of his first three seasons, Colliton had led the Blackhawks to an 86-83-24 report in 193 video games with one playoff look, a first-round loss to the Vegas Golden Knights in 2019-20. Beneath Colliton, the Blackhawks had by no means completed higher than sixth within the Central Division.

Derek King’s first recreation as Blackhawks head coach will come Sunday when the staff hosts the Nashville Predators. | Chicago Blackhawks hearth head coach Jeremy Colliton, assistants after 1-9-2 begin

Subhankar Mondal

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