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Mooseheads begin search for new Goalie Coach

2018-07-04

Halifax Mooseheads General Manager Cam Russell announced today that Goaltending Coach Eric Raymond has left the team and accepted an expanded role with the Hartford Wolf Pack which is the American Hockey League affiliate of the New York Rangers.

Raymond, who had been splitting time between Hartford and Halifax, spent eight seasons with the Mooseheads which included winning a Memorial Cup Championship in 2013. The Montreal, QC native also helped Team Canada win a Gold Medal in the 2018 World Junior Hockey Championship.

The Halifax Mooseheads organization would like to thank Eric for his hard work and dedication to the team and wish him all the best in the future.

Russell will begin the search for a new Goaltending Coach immediately.

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