Storm goaltending coach hired by Texas Stars

Goaltending Coach Ryan Daniels has been hired by the Texas Stars.

Joining the Storm in June 2018, Ryan was part of the 18-19 Championship team during his first year with the team. Before joining the Storm, Daniels spent three seasons as the Goaltending Coach for the Mississauga Steelheads helping the club win the OHL’s Eastern Conference Championship in 2016-17.

We thank Ryan for his dedication and commitment to the Storm and wish him all the best in Dallas.

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Dallas Stars Assistant General Manager and Texas Stars General Manager Scott White announced today that the club has named Ryan Daniels as goaltender development coach of the Texas Stars, Dallas’ top development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL). Daniels joins head coach Neil Graham’s staff that includes assistant coaches Travis Morin and Max Fortunus, and video coach Patrick Dolan.

“We are pleased to have Ryan join our coaching staff,” said White. “His strong knowledge of the goaltending position has allowed him to excel at every level since moving into coaching and we look forward to Ryan continuing his success with Texas as a valuable resource and teacher for our young goaltenders.”

Daniels, 32, joins the Texas Stars after spending the past three years as the goaltending coach for the Guelph Storm of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Hired in June of 2018, Daniels helped Guelph win the OHL Championship for the 2018-19 season.

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