Caps' Ward Resigns as Head Coach/GM
Madison, WI - The Madison Capitols announced on Monday that Head Coach & General Manager Troy G. Ward has resigned his position, effective immediately.
"First, I really appreciated the opportunity to work with the Madison Capitols organization. At this time, I will be moving on to pursue other professional opportunities in the game of hockey," Ward said. "I'd like to say thank you to the fans, ownership, front office, hockey support staff, coaches, billets, and players for all their hard work this past season. I wish the Capitols organization much success moving forward in the USHL and in the city of Madison."
"We would like to thank Troy for his efforts throughout the Capitols' second season," said Capitols Chairman Ryan Suter. "We wish him the best in his future endeavors."
Capitols President Bob Gazich has begun spearheading an immediate search for a new Head Coach and General Manager.
For all inquiries regarding tickets, sponsorship and more for the 2016-17 season, please call (608) 257-CAPS or visit www.MadCapsHockey.com.
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