EL SEGUNDO, CA — On June 24, the Los Angeles Kings announced that they have named former Philadelphia Flyers head coach John Stevens as an assistant coach.
Stevens, who was signed to a three-year contract, had a 120-109-34 record with the Flyers and led them to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2007-08. The 44-year-old native of Campbellton, New Brunswick, took over as the Flyers head coach on October 22, 2006, after starting the 2006-07 campaign as an assistant coach.
Stevens replaces Mark Hardy who resigned on June 11.
For more details, check the Kings’ press release on the hiring: Stevens Named Assistant Coach.
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