Getting to be a part of Hockey Canada is a great honor, especially any time you get to work with a Canadian team on home ice in front of Canadian fansHitchcock to lead Canadian hockey team Apr 01, 2008
The x-ray we all looked at, let it heal a little bit and then whenever he can play, he's probably going to have to play with some type of splintKeith Primeau suffers broken hand Jan 02, 2004
I think the biggest change for us will be on the penalty-killDesjardins out two weeks Apr 20, 2003
We're just going to have to find some combinations we think workLeClair to miss at least 10 weeks Nov 29, 2002
We just have to hope there is no ligament damageJohn LeClair out indefinitely Nov 28, 2002
Ken Hitchcock (born December 17, 1951 in Edmonton, Alberta) also known as "Hitch" is an NHL hockey coach and pro scout, and former head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Hitchcock began his coaching career during the 1984-85 season where he was coach of the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League. Hitchcock spent six seasons with the Blazers, leading them to two WHL championship victories in 1985-86 and 1989-90. During his tenure with the Blazers, Hitchcock accumulated a 291–115–15 record and never had a losing season. He also named the Top Coach in all of Canadian Major Junior Hockey in 1990.
In 1990, Hitchcock left the WHL and joined the Philadelphia Flyers as an assistant coach. Hitchcock spent three seasons with the Flyers organization before leaving to helm the Dallas Stars' IHL franchise, the Kalamazoo Wings, for the 1993-94 season.