Dominique Ducharme Salary – Dominique Ducharme plays a former ice hockey player and the current interim coach of the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League.
TSN hockey insider Pierre Le Brun reports that last week, after temporary head coaching duties, Dominique Ducharme got a salary rise from the Montreal Canadiens. In a five-game game, the Habs, who have lost their streak, shot a North Division team from Claude Julien last week.
“Montreal fitted to increase his assistant coach’s salary,” LeBrun notes: “Ducharme’s contract expired at the end of the season.
The team reached the sixth place in the QMJHL in the first season in Ducharme with the Mooseheads and second in the semifinals of the Chair’s Championships in the Maritime Division.
Nathan MacKinnon, Jonathan Drouin, Ducharme, and the Mooseheads, the NHL’s top prospective teams in 2012-13 went 58-6-3-1, scoring 347 targets, with just 176 goals against.
Halifax lost just one game to win the first QMJHL crown in team history during the 2013 President’s Cup Playoffs.
The Mooseheads beat Portland Winterhawks 6-4 with an automatic entrance into the 2013 Memorial Cup, and they won their first Memorial Cup championship and became the third consecutive QMJHL team in as many years.