Winnipeg Jets hire former NHLer Dave Lowry as assistant coach

Winnipeg Jets Assistant Coach Dave Lowry talks returning to the NHL and being a part of the same coaching staff son Adam Lowry plays for in a press conference.

The Winnipeg Jets have hired Dave Lowry as an assistant coach, uniting the former NHLer with his son, Adam Lowry, who's played for the Jets for the past six years.

Lowry, who last worked in the big leagues as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Kings in 2018-19, spent the past season as head coach of the WHL's Brandon Wheat Kings.

Prior to his stint in L.A., Lowry coached the Victoria Royals and the Calgary Hitmen. The 55-year-old logged 19 years in the NHL as a player, amassing 351 points in 1,084 games split between the Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks, St. Louis Blues, Florida Panthers and San Jose Sharks.

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