The Chicago Blackhawks have called up another Rockford IceHogs coach to join their staff.

Normally, if Chicago brings someone up from Rockford, it's a player. This year, things have been a little different.

When the Hawks fired their head coach a few weeks ago, they didn't have to look very far for his replacement. Jeremy Colliton from the Hogs was hired.

Now a second IceHogs coach has been brought into the Blackhawks staff.

According to icehogs.com,

"The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have named Rockford IceHogs Assistant Coach, Sheldon Brookbank, an assistant coach on Blackhawks Head Coach Jeremy Colliton’s staff."

Brookbank had been with the team since the 2017-2018 season. He also played for the 2013 Stanley Cup Champions.

Congratulations to Sheldon.

Anders Sörensen, development coach, is his replacement.


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