NHL Team Fires Coach After Best Regular Season In Franchise History: Fans React

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By Chris Rosvoglou Despite owning the best record in the regular season, the Florida Panthers have decided to make massive changes to their coaching staff. For starters, Andrew Brunette is out as the head coach of the Panthers. He led the franchise to a 51-18-6 record and its first Presidents’ Trophy. According to multiple reports, Paul Maurice is expected to replace Brunette. Over the past two decades, he has coached for the Carolina Hurricanes, Toronto Maple Leafs and Winnipeg Jets. Judging by the reactions on Twitter, let’s just say NHL fans aren’t on board with this coaching change for Flo…

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