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Mike Babcock resigns as coach of University of Saskatchewan hockey team

The U of S Huskies announced Thursday that Brandin Court, who served as an associate coach under Mike Babcock last year, has been appointed as the team’s interim head coach.

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Former Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock has stepped down after just one season coaching the University of Saskatchewan men’s hockey team.

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The U of S Huskies announced Thursday that Brandin Court, who was an associate coach under Babcock last year, has been appointed as the team’s interim head coach.

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Babcock joined the Huskies in February 2021 after 17 seasons in the NHL, including leading the Detroit Red Wings to the 2008 Stanley Cup Championship.

He also coached Anaheim and Toronto. Babcock was sacked his 23 games into the 2019-20 season in his fifth season with the Leafs.

Babcock led the Huskies to an overall record of 14-9 last season.

Saskatchewan lost to the Calgary Dinos in the Canadian Western Quarterfinals, going 1-1 in the series’ two games.

Mike Babcock resigns as coach of University of Saskatchewan hockey team

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