Dundee Stars have confirmed Head Coach Marc LeFebvre has agreed a two-year extension to his contract.
The Canadian was originally appointed last May and has steadied the Stars’ ship after they endured a disappointing 2014/15 season.
The former Coventry Blaze boss admitted he was delighted to agree a new deal with the Elite League club.
“The Stars as an organisation is everything I was told it would be – the club owners are great people to work with and the support from the club’s fans has been brilliant,” said LeFebvre.
“We aim to continue to improve what we already have over the next couple of years. We have an excellent roster this season and going forward we will look to build from our already very strong core.”
Stars’ Director Stephen Ward added: “After a down year last season Marc has done a fantastic job since he arrived during summer – he is a great guy to work with.
“His style of hockey is up-tempo and very exciting. Since his arrival the we have built a strong relationship with Marc. We believe he is the right guy to move the club forward.”
Co-director Michael Ward said LeFebvre did a great job recruiting players during the off-season and he was looking forward to a successful future.
“We are very happy with the players he brought in – across the board they are great skaters and great people,” he said.
“We are delighted with the way he has gone about his business and even more delighted that he will be around to help the club grow over the next few years.”
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