Comley Steps Down as MSU Hockey Coach

Rick Comley announced Tuesday he is stepping down as MSU's head hockey coach at the end of the regular season. Comley turned 64 last week. He will coach the remaining ten regular season games. Comley will have completed nine seasons at MSU and 38 overall in college coaching. He won the 1991 national title at Northern Michigan and the 2007 national crown at Michigan State. A national search will begin for a replacement for next season.

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  • by Dave Location: Lansing on Jan 25, 2011 at 06:14 PM
    How sad that one of the nicest human beings on the planet is forced to step down. Is this what college sports has come to? If you were a parent of a hockey player wouldn't you want your son to be coached by a fine man like Rick Comley? Shame on MSU for overlooking the value that this good man brings to MSU.
  • by Stacey Location: Wacousta on Jan 25, 2011 at 03:44 PM
    It's about time he realized the talented boys on his team need someone who will offer sound instruction and guidance. All he taught them was how to dump the puck.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 25, 2011 at 03:34 PM
    He was passionate about his kids and his job.
  • by Gregg Location: Grand Ledge on Jan 25, 2011 at 02:34 PM
    Finally, what a relief! Hollis, you should look at and talk to Chris Chelios, He would make things happen.In Shape, a real system,Recruiting,O% tolerence,and someone who can coach above the high school level.And he is already at our door!!!!
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