Nolan among panelists at Toronto’s Carnegie Initiative Summit

Ted Nolan

By Sam Laskaris Writer Former National Hockey League player and coach Ted Nolan will be among the panelists at the Carnegie Initiative (CI) Summit in Toronto next week. Nolan, a member of Garden River First Nation in northern Ontario, is one of several Indigenous panelists that will take part in the event, which will be held Jan. 30-31 at the Hilton Downtown. Nolan played 78 games in the NHL. He suited up for 60 games with the Detroit Red Wings and 18 with the Pittsburgh Penguins. As a bench boss he captured the Jack Adams Award for being the NHL’s Coach of the Year during the 1996-97 season when he was with the Buffalo Sabres. Nolan will be part of a Jan. 31 morning panel titled When Hockey Doesn’t Love…

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