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.
#NHLJets have hired Dave Lowry as an assistant coach.
Lowry spent the 19-20 season as head coach of the WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings and has previously been an assistant coach for two different NHL clubs; the Los Angeles Kings and Calgary Flames.
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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.