Former New York Islander/Bridgeport Head Coach Hospitalized

New York Islander Fan Central | 6/06/2011 12:59:00 AM |


NHL.com & Binghamton Senators Website: Report former New York Islander and Bridgeport Sound Tigers head coach Steve Stirling experienced chest pains while at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Sunday afternoon.

Coach Stirling was then taken to UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City where he underwent successful quadruple bypass surgery and is now resting comfortably.

Coach Stirling will not travel with the team to Houston for their remaining games in the 2011 American Hockey League Calder Cup Finals.

The Binghamton Senators organization asks the fans and the community for their thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery for Coach Stirling.

Press Connects: Is the primary coverage outlet of the Binghamton Senators, who are in the Calder Cup Finals.

NYIFC Comments:
NYIFC thoughts and prayer for a quick and speedy recovery for Steve Stirling. A first class gentlemen, who guided the Islanders to the 2004 playoffs and the inaugural Bridgeport Sound Tigers to the Calder Cup Finals.

Press Connects:: Has a Monday night 6/6 update.




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