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Curtis Joseph Named Goaltender Coach For The Kingston Frontenacs

from Doug Graham of the Whig-Standard,

The Kingston Frontenacs are bringing in a one-two goaltending coaching tandem with a familiar National Hockey League ring.

Curtis Joseph, who retired in 2010 after amassing 454 victories, the fourth most in NHL history, has been hired by general manager Doug Gilmour.

Coming with the man dubbed Cujo, whose goals-against average in his four seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs, is David Franco, who has coached goaltenders for more than 20 years.

“This is a chance to add two very respect-e d quality individuals and coaches to our hockey staff. They will be great additions,” general manager Doug Gilmour said in a statement.

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