Milestone: Arizona Coyotes' Dave Tippett to coach his 1000th NHL game
As a faithful supporter of the Arizona Coyotes, my favourite NHL team in the Western Conference, I would like to underline the fact that their Canadian coach Dave Tippett will coach his 1000th NHL game tonight against the Los Angeles Kings. The former left wing from Moosomin, Saskatchewan, is only fifty-four years old and has coached the Dallas Stars from 2002/2003 to 2008/2009 before joining the organization from Glendale, Arizona. He has a very good reputation and many players join his teams because both young talents and experienced veterans enjoy working with a creative strategist and intellectual motivator who usually avoids the spotlight in a fair and modest way. Despite several difficult seasons with both organizations, Dave Tippett is a faithful sportsman who enjoys building up teams, developing talents and learning from failures and successes. Dave Tippett has reached the Western Conference finals twice so far: in 2007/2008 with the Dallas Stars and in 2011/2012 with the Phoenix Coyotes. He has won the Jack Adams Award for best coach of the National Hockey League in 2010 as head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. This outstanding coach still has a dream to realize with his surprising team: winning the Stanley Cup. I wish him good luck and want to thank him for staying faithful to his teams.
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