Mitch Love (top right) poses with teammates (clockwise from top left) Torie Wheat, Jeff Harvey and Jovan Matic prior to the start of the Everett Silvertips’ inaugural season in 2003. (Michael O’Leary / Herald file)

Mitch Love (top right) poses with teammates (clockwise from top left) Torie Wheat, Jeff Harvey and Jovan Matic prior to the start of the Everett Silvertips’ inaugural season in 2003. (Michael O’Leary / Herald file)

Mitch Love through the years

His playing career ended in 2011, so he returned to Everett to begin his coaching career.

Former Silverips coach Mitch Love returns home Friday for the first time since becoming head coach of the Saskatoon Blades.

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