Hockey coach and former player who served as the head coach of the Dallas Stars from 2011 to 2013. He was previously the head coach and general manager of the Las Vegas Wranglers in the East Coast Hockey League from 2002 to 2009.
He won the Bruce Taylor Cup as a champion of the West Coast Hockey League while playing for the Fresno Falcons.
Under his watch, the Las Vegas Wranglers became the first team in ECHL history to have three consecutive 100-point seasons.
He married a woman named Nicole.
He succeeded Marc Crawford as the head coach of the Dallas Stars in 2011.