Kevin Constantine round-up

So I was going to write a separate blog post tonight on the Silvertips bringing Kevin Constantine back as their head coach. However, between the Silvertips and the AquaSox, it’s been a long four days, and when I’d finally filed my last story my brain was completely fried. So instead, here’s a round-up of all the stories we wrote today. They pretty much tell the whole story anyway.

– Here’s the main story on Constantine that contains the primary details.

– Here’s our sidebar that focuses on general manager Garry Davidson’s reasons for choosing Constantine.

– Here’s our story on the reaction by former Everett players.

– Here’s our story on the reaction by current Silvertips.

– Here’s a Constantine timeline.

And of course, don’t forget to have your say in our Constantine poll, which at this point finds the fan sentiment overwhelmingly positive on bringing Constantine back.

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