By: Nick Liard

Cory Stillman played over one thousand NHL game and won two Stanley Cups and the Peterborough Native will take that experience and bring it to his next career as head coach of the Sudbury Wolves.

Stillman was introduced today and is eager to get started.

Stillman won a Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay and then with Carolina.

It’s his first crack and junior coaching but has spent the last few seasons in player development.

He was actually in Sudbury not to long ago as his son plays for the Oshawa Generals, who eliminated the Wolves in the first round of the playoffs this season.

Stillman says he will play a puck possession type of game and one thing he demands is discipline.

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