Halifax Mooseheads fired their head coach Jean-Jacques Daigneault on Thursday, who has witnessed his two seasons with the organization.
This season, Halifax scored a 15-19-9 record of 39-19 points. The team was unable to participate in the playoffs, and the Quebec Major Hockey League made this decision due to the long open time of the Atlantic bubble.
“After we participated in the 2019 Commemorative Cup, the two most recent sports are reconstruction sports. This year, we have the youngest lineup in the league. Of course, our young people have made great strides in this revised calendar. Development, and Digneau is commendable for this. “I want to thank him for his leadership and wish him the best results in his coaching work,” Mooseheads’ majority owner and former Habers forward Bobby · Smith said in a statement.
General Manager Cam Russell added: “I want to thank Jean-Jacques Daigneault for his hard work and his dedication to players and organization. I believe he will become a successful coach in our league or professional league.”