Adrian College announced that Adam Krug will replace Ron Fogarty as the head coach of the school's men's ice hockey program. Krug will be just the second bench boss in program history, replacing Fogarty who departed to take over at Princeton University.
Krug, the brother of Boston Bruins defenseman Torey, was an assistant coach with the Indiana Ice in the USHL the past two seasons. He played two years at Wayne State before that program folded. He was the first captain in school history at Adrian, playing his last two seasons of college hockey for the Bulldogs. Krug played several seasons in the low minors before beginning his coaching career.
Fogarty went 167-23-10 in seven seasons behind the Bulldogs' bench. His teams won six NCHA regular season titles, five postseason championships and advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament four times, including the Frozen Four in 2011.
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