Nottingham Panthers have this afternoon revealed their new coach – Tim Wallace.
The former NHLer was Player-Coach last season in Milton Keynes, , but also put up 57 points in 60 games. It was his second season in the EIHL, after a year in Sheffield previously. Prior to that, Wallace had spells in the SHL and DEL, as well as over 100 NHL and almost 400 AHL games.
Wallace will join a new off-ice line-up in Nottingham, where Guillaume Doucet is now Director of Hockey. The 34-year old will begin working on recruitment for the new season immediately.
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