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Sheldon Keefe has officially found a new job in the NHL


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Julien Trekker
May 22, 2024  (5:29 PM)
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Head coach Sheldon Keefe in a press conference.
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The head coach Sheldon Keefe, who was fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs earlier in May, has officially found a new job in the NHL.

After the Leafs' tough elimination in the first round against the Florida Panthers, it was decided that Sheldon Keefe would part ways with the team after five years of service.
Now, less than a month later, he has officially found a new job.
The insider Darren Dreger confirmed in a post on X that he was hired by the New Jersey Devils:
"Good scoop. Sheldon Keefe is in fact the new head coach of the Devils."
Dreger also revealed that Keefe agreed to the terms of a four-year deal, in which the first two years are owed by Toronto:
"Sounds like 4 years total including the two years owed by the Leafs."
Sheldon Keefe will try to lead the Devils back into the playoffs, after a tough season that saw the team ending at the 7th position of the Metropolitan Division.
His experience with star players like Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner will surely be useful in New Jersey, with Jack Hughes, Nico Hischier and all the young talent on the Devils' roster.
Do you think Sheldon Keefe and the New Jersey Devils will win a Stanley Cup in the next five years?

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