Former captain already working with team’s top offensive prospects
"It is important for our team to have its most-accomplished players like Rod stay with the organization," said GM Jim Rutherford. "Rod is already displaying the same work ethic and dedication in his new role as he did with us as a player."
For the full announcement made this morning, click on the title of this post. Brind`Amour is in Traverse City this weekend where he spoke a bit with NHL.com's Mike Morreale. Morreale tweeted:
Rod Brind'Amour on new role with 'Canes in player development: "I'm looking forward to this next stage of my life."