Ducks hire ex-Kings coach Sutter as adviser

The Anaheim Ducks have named ex-Stanley Cup-winning head coach Darryl Sutter as an adviser to their coaching staff, executive vice president and general manager Bob Murray declared Tuesday.
In June, the Ducks hired Dallas Eakins as their new head coach, success Randy Carlyle, who had been fired in February after a terrible 2-15-4 stretch in which Anaheim dropped 12 straight games (0-8-4) from Dec. 18-Jan. 15. Murray served as interim coach for the rest of the season, leading the Ducks into a 14-11-1 record to finish the season.
Sutter, who led the Los Angeles Kings into Stanley Cup championships in 2012 and 2014, ended with a franchise-best 225 career wins (225-147-53). He had been fired in April 2017 following the Ducks missed the playoffs and hasn’t served as a trainer during the previous two seasons.
Sutter formerly had been the head coach of the Calgary Flames 2002-06, serving as their general director from 2003-10, the San Jose Sharks (1997-2002) and the Chicago Blackhawks (1992-95).
He performed 406 career games with the Blackhawks, collecting 279 points (161 goals, 118 assists) over eight seasons.
–Field Level Media
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