Anaheim introduces Carlyle as coach
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Former Norris Trophy-winning defenseman Randy Carlyle was hired Monday as the new coach of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, completing the makeover of a team that also has changed owners and general manager this year.
Carlyle, 49, replaces Mike Babcock, who left the Ducks to become the Detroit Red Wings' coach.
Anaheim GM Brian Burke considers Carlyle a perfect fit for his own hockey philosophy.
"I wanted to find a coach that matches my intensity level. ...
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