Wolves seek new assistant coach

by Community Submission | May 17, 2013

David Bell

The Sudbury Wolves have announced that assistant coach David Bell will not return to the club next season. PHOTO BY TERRY WILSON/OHL IMAGES

The Sudbury Wolves have announced that assistant coach David Bell will not return to the club next season. Bell signed a one-year contract with the team last season and will now pursue new coaching opportunities.

Bell was hired by the Wolves last summer after serving as head coach and general manager of the Quad City Mallards of the East Coast Hockey League during the 2011-12 season.
 
“The Sudbury Wolves would like to thank Dave for his personal efforts as an assistant coach of the Sudbury Wolves and we wish him good luck in his future coaching endeavours,” said Wolves’ GM   Blaine Smith. Smith will now begin accepting applications for the full-time assistant coach position.
  
Trent Cull will return as head coach of the Wolves for the 2013-14 season. The Georgetown native was granted a one-year extension last summer by Wolves’ owner Mark Burgess. Cull will be entering his fourth consecutive season as the Pack’s bench boss.
 
 

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