Report: RPI's Appert a finalist for Denver coaching job
Denver Post college hockey writer Mike Chambers is reporting that the University of Denver is expected to name its new hockey coach over the weekend, at the earliest, and RPI coach Seth Appert is one of the finalists.
The Pioneers are seeking a replacement for George Gwozdecky, who was fired April 1.
Sources told Chambers that Appert and former DU assistant Derek Lalonde, who is now coaching Green Bay in the U.S. Hockey League, have interviewed with the search committee.
Chambers writers that Jim Montgomery, a former assistant coach under Appert who is the head coach of Dubuque in the USHL, and Boston College associate head coach Greg Brown are also finalists.
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