After leading the University of Denver men’s ice hockey team to the national championship last season, head coach David Carle on Tuesday was rewarded with a contract extension through the 2026-27 season.
“My family and I are thrilled to be staying in Denver for the foreseeable future,” Carle said in a news release.
Carle, 32, has guided the Pioneers to an 86-43-13 record since taking over for Jim Montgomery in 2018. During his tenure, DU has reached the NCAA Frozen Four twice and last year’s run gives Denver an NCAA record-tying nine national titles. The Pioneers finished with a 31-9-1 record last season en route to the championship.
“Being entrusted to lead this historic program is a tremendous responsibility and honor,” Carle said in a news release. “Our staff and…
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