New Canucks Coach Doing His ‘Own Thing’

Replacing a legend is never an easy task.

But that doesn’t mean it can’t be a successful one.

Terry Crisp did alright for himself, winning the Stanley Cup as Calgary Flames bench boss in 1989 after replacing Bob Johnson, who played a big hand in moulding the team into an NHL powerhouse.

Ryan Barrett is looking to write a similar story with the Calgary Canucks.

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