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Breaking News: Blashill Out As Red Wings Coach

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Jeff Blashill, Detroit Red Wings coach
The Detroit Red Wings have relieved head coach Jeff Blashill of his duties following seven seasons on the job.

The Detroit Red Wings have fired coach Jeff Blashill. The team made the announcement Saturday afternoon via their official Twitter feed.

Assistant coach Doug Houda and goaltending coach Jeff Salajko were also relieved of their duties.

The Wings concluded their 2021-22 NHL regular season on Friday with a 5-3 win at the New Jersey Devils. However, with a 32-40-10 record, the team missed the playoffs for the sixth successive season. Blashill has been the head coach for all six of those seasons.

He took over as bench boss in 2015. Blashill was 204-261-72 behind the Detroit bench.

More to follow . . . 

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