Hall of Famer Larry Robinson has just been hired as associate coach of the San Jose Sharks. Two years, one-year option #Habs— Dave Stubbs (@Dave_Stubbs) July 8, 2012
According to Montreal Gazette columnist Dave Stubbs, the Sharks have added Hall of Fame defenseman Larry Robinson to their coaching staff as an assistant. Robinson has previously served as head coach of both the Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils for parts of eight seasons, compiling a 49.2% points percentage. He scored 958 points in 1384 games during his illustrious career and was inducted into the Hall in 1995. Most recently, he's served as a
special assignment coach assistant coach in New Jersey.
The Sharks are expected to make an official announcement tomorrow. We'll have more coverage as this story develops.