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by Paul on 09/16/08 at 12:08 PM ET
via Scott Burnside of ESPN,
(Bob) Hartley said Tuesday morning that he is being courted by Avangard Omsk of the Kontinental Hockey League and is on the verge of taking a coaching job there.
According to the team’s Web site, Omsk fired coaches Sergei Gersonsky and Igor Zhilinsky on Tuesday after a slow 2-4 start.
“I am very interested and excited about the possibilities there,” Hartley said.
One of those possibilities is coaching Jaromir Jagr, who signed with Omsk after failing to reach an amicable deal with the New York Rangers.
added 11:41am, via Craig Custance of the Sporting News,
“They’ve talked to me, but there’s nothing done right now,” Hartley told Sporting News. “I think it could happen, but there’s nothing sure right now.”
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