Ted Nolan serving as true inspiration

By Neil Becker Sports News Former Jack Adams awards winning coach Ted Nolan continues to enthusiastically serve as the ideal role model. Nolan, who is best remembered in NHL circles for leading the Buffalo Sabres to the 1996/97 Northeast Division title and winning the Jack Adams Award for coach of the year, will be on April 24th at the University of Saskatchewan serving as a keynote speaker along with meeting various students and staff in Huskie Athletics and College of Kinesiology about Aboriginal athlete development. “This is a wonderful opportunity for our students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the wider campus community, to engage with one of the most inspirational and successful leaders in the Aboriginal and hockey community,” Peter Stoicheff, University of Saskatchewan president and vice-chancellor…

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