Former Nanooks Hockey Head Coach Resigned from Calgary Hitmen

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Former Alaska Nanooks hockey head coach Dallas Ferguson announced that he has resigned from the Calgary Hitmen in the WHL.
According to the Hitmen, family reasons were cited for his decisions.
Ferguson coached Calgary for one season at the helm, with the record showing 24-37-9-and 2.
Ferguson was a defenseman for the Alaska Nanooks back in 1992 to 1996.
He then served as an assistant under Tavis MacMillan and Doc DelCastillo from 2004 to 2008.
Before the 08-09 season, Ferguson took over the head coaching position leading them to a 139-151- and 42 record during his 9 years while getting them to their first NCAA tournament in 2010.
Ferguson rocked the Fairbanks community in 2017 when he announced he was leaving the Nooks for the Hitmen.