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 Posted: Sat Apr 25th, 2015 02:02 am
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lobo316



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Randy Carlyle might be going back to California.

The San Jose Sharks have been granted permission by the Toronto Maple Leafs to interview Carlyle for their vacant head-coaching position, as first reported by Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.

Carlyle is a veteran of 704 regular-season games as an NHL head coach, posting a career record of 364-260-80. His most successful years came while standing behind the Anaheim Ducks' bench, which included a Stanley Cup win in 2007.

According to the oddsmakers at Bodog, however, he's a long shot to land the job.

CANDIDATE      ODDS
Dan Bylsma        2/1
Jeff Blashill         5/2
Marc Crawford    9/2
Kevin Dineen      9/2
Mike Babcock     7/1
Larry Robinson   8/1
Randy Carlyle   19/2
Paul MacLean   19/2


Carlyle was relieved of his duties by the Maple Leafs midway through the 2014-15 season, but is still under contract with the club.

Last edited on Sat Apr 25th, 2015 02:03 am by lobo316