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Report: Chicago assistant GM offered Winnipeg job Add to ...

Hot off the success of a season-ticket campaign, it did not take long for Winnipeg's new NHL team to conduct its first firing.



Rick Dudley, the general manager of the Atlanta Thrashers when they were sold to True North Sports and Entertainment, Ltd., last week, was told on the weekend he is not welcome in Winnipeg. While head coach Craig Ramsay remains in limbo pending a meeting this week with True North chairman Mark Chipman and his hockey adviser, Craig Heisinger, he is also expected to be fired.

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