College Hockey:
Niagara assistant Gardner to leave for Princeton

According to a report on BelowTheFalls.com, Niagara assistant coach Greg Gardner will leave the Purple Eagles for a similar position at Princeton.

Gardner played for Niagara from 1996-2000 and was named an assistant coach in 2007.

Possible replacements mentioned in the article are current Niagara volunteer assistant coach Jay McKee and Massachusetts-Lowell assistant Jerry Forton, a former Niagara assistant.

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