Bucs Announce Reorganization
Des Moines Buccaneers President Nate Teut announced today that the team will be undergoing organizational restructuring and that Head Coach and General Manager Dave Allison has been relieved of his duties.
Co-owner Scott Clemmensen stated: "We would like to thank Coach Allison for his dedication to Bucs hockey these past four years and wish him well in his future endeavors. We will move this great franchise forward as we embody the highest standards of which championship teams are made."
Teut continued: "Ownership believes the time has come to restructure the organization by separating the duties of Head Coach and General Manager. The search for the two candidates begins immediately."
Allison joined the Bucs as the 14th Head Coach in franchise history in 2014 and posted an overall 102-109-29 (.425) record over four seasons.
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