The Hamilton Bulldogs announced Jay McKee as their fifth Head Coach in the history of the franchise Tuesday.
McKee last coached with the Kitchener Rangers from 2016-2020, cultivating a .533 winning percentage as the bench boss. Behind the bench, McKee led the Rangers to three postseason appearances, notably a Western Conference Finals appearance in 2017-18.
In addition to the the hiring of the former NHL veteran, the team also announced the hiring of fellow assistant coach from the Kitchener days, Andreas Karlsson and Andrew Campbell.
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The hiring of the coaching staff is a major move for the team that was falling out in the second half of last season of play.