Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 08/02/08 at 09:20 PM ET
from Craig Custance of the Sporting News,
When you make a living working on Wall Street, these stories can be useful.
So he watched as guests explained the dramatic changes they had made in their lives to find dream jobs. And it got Sulliman thinking.
When he wasn’t raising five daughters with his wife, Barbara, he was selling commercial insurance….
Sulliman confided in Maloney, who is now his brother-in-law. He said he wanted to get back in the game. He’d coach anywhere. Junior hockey. College hockey. He didn’t care; he just wanted back in the game.
Sulliman still had plenty of connections and planned phone calls to current general managers such as Lou Lamoriello and Paul Holmgren.
Maloney told him to wait. He didn’t say why—just wait.
“(Maloney’s) a chess player; he’s always thinking ahead,” Sulliman says.
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