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Tottenham Steam announce new coaching staff


By Brian Lockhart
The Tottenham Steam has announced a late season change on the bench.
Head coach Dennis Maruk has had to leave and will be absent for the remainder of the season due to a family emergency.
Steam executive stressed that Maruk is still with the organization but cannot complete the season due to some unfortunate circumstance that require him to be away. Taking over the top coaching spot will be Brandon Billie. Coming in as an assistant coach will be Austin Brown.
Billie has played Junior and professional hockey in the ECHL, FHL, and in Sweden. He also had a brief stint in the GMHL where he played for the 8th overall seeded under dogs - the Halton Ravens. That year the Ravens went on to the GMHL semi-finals and went the distance losing game seven to the Temiscaming Titans who went on to with the League championship.
New assistant, Austin Brown, resides in Mississauga, and has spent the last four seasons playing Junior hockey in the OJHL and GOJHL as a top defenceman. He previously played two seasons with the Lindsay Muskies and played in two OJHL All-Star games. Brown ended his Junior career with the Caledonia Corvairs of hte GOHJL and that team went on to win the league championship. earned the League award for Most Points by a Defenceman during that season.
Team executive said “Billie and Brown are excited for the opportunity of helping the Steam get back on a winning track as well as helping players develop their hockey skills and move on to the next level.”
Excerpt: The Tottenham Steam has announced a late season change on the bench. Head coach Dennis Maruk has had to leave and will be absent for the remainder of the season due to a family emergency.
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