Paul Maurice resigns as head coach of Winnipeg Jets

In a move that appeared to come without warning, the Winnipeg Jets announced Friday morning that Paul Maurice has stepped down as his head coach, effective immediately.

Dave Lowry will take over as interim head coach. He has been an assistant coach on the Maurice payroll since the beginning of the 2020-21 season.

No reason has been given for Maurice’s resignation.

Maurice has been head coach of the Jets since the start of the 2013-14 season, having set a record 302-213-57 (.578) during this time period. He is the NHL’s second longest-serving coach with a team, behind only Jon Cooper of Tampa Bay Lightning.

The next jets are expected to be operational Friday night when they host the Washington Capitals. Paul Maurice resigns as head coach of Winnipeg Jets

Britta Zeltmann

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