Mammoth Announce Changes to Staff
from press release
DENVER – The Colorado Mammoth has announced that Ed Comeau and Sean Ferris will join the Mammoth as assistant coaches. Comeau and Ferris have replaced Bob McMahon, Dan Pratt and Dan Perreault. "First and foremost, Ed and Sean bring winning resumes to the organization," said Mammoth head coach Bob Hamley. "They know what it takes to win in the National Lacrosse League, and I look forward to working with them."
Comeau has won the Champion's Cup five times: four as an assistant coach with the Toronto Rock and one as the head coach of the Rochester Knighthawks in 2007. Ferris, who was an assistant coach for the Knighthawks' 2007 championship team that won an NLL-record 15 consecutive games, joined the Titans in 2008 with Comeau. One year later, the Titans' championship aspirations came up just short, falling to the Calgary Roughnecks, 12-10, in the title game.
A former NLL head coach of the year and general manager of the year, Comeau has twice served as the East Division head coach in the All-Star Game.
The 2010 NLL Entry Draft will be held tomorrow night in Toronto, Ontario. Both Comeau and Ferris are from the province.
The Mammoth's 2011 season opener is Saturday, January 8th against the defending NLL champion Washington Stealth.
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