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Friday, August 11, 2006

Huskies add ex-Badger to bench

The Michigan Tech Huskies have announced the hiring of Chris Tok as an assistant coach.

Most recently, Tok was an associate coach and assistant general manager for the USHL's Waterloo Black Hawks, where he helped guide the squad to a 141-137-23 mark over the last five years. During that time, the Black Hawks also went 14-10 in the USHL playoffs, won their first division title, and won their first Clark Cup in the 2003-2004 season.

Before heading to Waterloo, Tok was a player and assistant coach for the UHL's Missouri River Otters, served as assistant coach for Team World in the 2003 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game and worked as an assistant coach at USA Hockey's Player Development Camps.

Tok is also very familiar with the WCHA as a former four-year letter winner of the Wisconsin Badgers. Tok skated for Bucky from 1991-1995 and was part of the team that went to four NCAA Tournaments, finished runner-up at the Frozen Four in '91-92, and won the WCHA Playoffs in '94-95.

Tok replaces Ian Kallay, who left the Huskies in June to take on private business interests.

Incoming MTU recruit Drew Dobson, a defenseman, played last year with Waterloo as well.

Click here for the official Michigan Tech press release.

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