NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Nashville Predators coach Barry Trotz and members of his staff have received contract extensions.
The team's president of hockey operations and general manager, David Poile, announced extensions Tuesday for Trotz, associate coach Brent Peterson, assistant coach Peter Horachek and goaltending coach Mitch Korn, among others.
Trotz guided the Predators to the playoffs this season despite a chaotic year that started with a drawn-out sale and the shedding of top players. He has coached all 738 regular-season games in the Predators' 10 years, going 324-308-106.
Nashville has yet to get past the first round of the postseason or win any road playoff games.
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