McGill has filled their vacancy behind the bench, and one has opened up at Laurier.
It was announced today that Kelly Nobes would be leaving the Golden Hawk program after four stellar seasons behind the bench, and would be taking his lengthy coaching pedigree over to his alma mater, McGill, where he served as an assistant coach after playing at the school.
The iron-fisted Nobes has made the playoffs every year he has been a head coach, now nine seasons in a row, and helped cement Laurier as a mainstay both at the top of the OUA and in the Top-10 in CIS.
He was behind the bench for the Golden Hawks run at a University Cup in 2006-07 which saw them come within a goal of going to the championship game. Laurier will be conducting a national search to fill their now vacant Head Coaching position.
Armchair coaches ... get your resumes ready.