Frontrunners Reportedly Emerge For Michigan State Hockey Coach
After Tom Anastos stepped down last month from his position with the MSU hockey team, the rumor mills have been swirling as to who will man the Spartans bench next season.
From @GeorgeSipple, frontrunners for vacant MSU hockey job still appear to be George Gwozdecky and Danton Cole. No time frame for decision.
— Chris Solari (@chrissolari) April 3, 2017
Sipple was a guest on Staudt on Sports this morning, Detroit Free Press writer Chris Solari was fill-in hosting for Tim Staudt.
Interview occurs around the 1 hour mark of the video.
Gwozdecky is currently a head coach for a high school team in Colorado and was a former Ron Mason assistant, and Danton Cole was widely considered the runner-up to the head coach position when Anastos was hired. Cole is currently the head hockey coach of the USA NTDP that competes in the USHL.