Episode 31 · 1 month ago
Team of the Week (Lumberjacks) | Episode 31
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Jim Mosso is heading into his 3rd full season as the Head Coach and General Manager of the EHL team for the Vermont Lumberjacks, however, this will be his 6th year overall with the organization. After being named the EHLP Coach of the Year following the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons, Mosso took over the EHL reins halfway through the 2017-18 campaign. With every season the Lumberjacks have raised the bar from the previous year, and Mosso gives a lot of credit to the players that have trusted the process, as well as the league that has developed a strong identity.
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