Carousel stops: Monday notes

Hey, we got us a table. Providence has its new coach, former Butch Cassidy assistant Kevin Dean:

TEAM Old New
BIN Luke Richardson (4/18)  Kurt Kleinendorst (6/8) 
MTB Keith McCambridge (4/22)  Pascal Vincent (5/27) 
SA Dean Chynoweth (4/26)  Eric Veilleux (7/6)
CHA Mark Morris (5/3, St. Lawrence)  Ulf Samuelsson (5/31) 
SYR Rob Zettler (5/10)  Benoit Groulx (5/10) 
ROC Randy Cunneyworth (5/16)  Dan Lambert (5/16) 
PVD Bruce Cassidy (5/24, BOS ass’t)  Kevin Dean (7/18)
TUC-s  Ron Rolston (5/24)  Mark Lamb (6/21)
SPR-s  Scott Allen (FLA ass’t, 5/30)  Geordie Kinnear (6/7) 
CHI John Anderson (6/2, MIN ass’t)  Craig Berube (6/29) 
IOW David Cunniff (interim)(6/20)  Derek Lalonde (6/20)

s-Tucson being the old Springfield; Springfield being the old Portland.

Via EliteProspects, Dylan Reese to Sweden, HV71*.

Hat tip to Ross Johnston for retweeting this: Nathan McIver was named an assistant coach for Oshawa (OHL) today.

Big NHL deal today: The Rangers save some money, sending Derick Brassard and a pick to Ottawa for Mika Zibanejad and a second-rounder.

Ex-Beast of New Haven defenseman Nolan Pratt took a job as a Colorado Avalanche assistant. He’d been with the Columbus organization back to Springfield and won the Calder Cup with the Monsters this year.

Congrats to Sean Backman, who’s now married; and Teddy Richards, former Wilkes-Barre/Scranton equipment manager, who’s now in charge in Florida.

And RIP, Jeff Hoens (who played and shone against Notre Dame-Fairfield in Milford this year), Jack Riley and Wendell Anderson.

*-“Husqvarna Vatterstad 1971: Where the Passion Is.” Hey, maybe we can read Swedish! Actually, Fun With Google Translate: “‘Dylan is a skilled reverse and useful in all forms of gambling,’ says Johan Hult, sports director of the HV71.”

Michael Fornabaio