Senators name Paul MacLean head coach

The Ottawa Senators named former Detroit Red Wing assistant coach Paul MacLean as their new head coach Tuesday morning .  MacLean signed a 3-year deal after spending the last 6 seasons with the Red Wings.  During his time in Detroit, MacLean made 2 appearances in the Stanley Cup final, coming away with a ring in 2008.  This is the second time that Bryan Murray has hired Paul MacLean to coach in his organization, having brought MacLean on as an assistant coach with the Mighty Ducks in 2002.  MacLean spent 11 seasons in the NHL as a player, suiting up for the Blues, Jets & Red Wings.

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Paul MacLean’s entire introduction (audio)

Paul MacLean’s entire introduction (video)

Daniel Alfredsson decided to take in the press conference and see his new head coach be introduced to the media as well.  Afterwards, he spoke to the media about his surgery and how the rehab process has gone so far.

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Alfredsson speaks on MacLean & surgery (audio)


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