Curran Resigns Position with Mallards
Moline, IL-The Quad City Mallards today announced that General Manager and Head Coach Brian Curran has resigned from his position with the team. Curran went 78-55-19 over two seasons at the helm of the Mallards. During the 2007-08 season, the Mallards went 37-28-11 under Curran's direction before being eliminated from the United Hockey League post-season by the Rockford IceHogs.
"We wish Brian the best moving forward," said Mallards President Tim Taylor. "We sincerely appreciate his devotion to the team during the last two seasons."
Curran has coached 493 games in the UHL, ECHL, Atlantic Coast Hockey League and Western Professional Hockey League. The Toronto native has recorded a 254-192-47 record during his coaching career.
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