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Hockey Coach
    (August 8, 1964- )
    Born in Hibbing, Minnesota
    Drafted 40th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft
    Defenseman for the Montreal Canadiens (1986–88), Philadelphia Flyers (1990–91), and the Minnesota North Stars(1991–92)
    Head coach for the University of Minnesota–Duluth men's hockey team
    His nickname during his playing career was 'Sandy.'
    His playing career was derailed by injuries.
    He frequently bounced around between the NHL and the minor leagues.
    He was frequently rumored to be a target for NHL head coaching vacancies, despite the fact he stated his intentions to stay in the college hockey coaching ranks.
    He sported a mullet during his playing career.
    He is the first head coach in the history of the Minnesota–Duluth men's hockey program to guide the team to a national championship.
    He guided UMD to three national championships in the 2010's.
    He was considered an excellent communicator by his former players.
    He was a member of the last North Stars team to play in Minnesota, prior to the relocation to Dallas.
    He got the opportunity to wind up his NHL career in his home state.

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