Muse leaves Yale staff to become head coach in USHL

Yale associate head coach Dan Muse was hired Thursday as head coach of the USHL’s Chicago Steel.

The former Stonehill player was associate head coach for the Bulldogs for the last two seasons after four seasons as an assistant coach.

He also was an assistant at Sacred Heart and Williams.

Muse, 32, was video coach for the United States team at the World Junior Championship in 2013 and 2014.

Also Thursday, former Colorado College coach Scott Owens was named head coach of the USHL’s Sioux Falls Stampede and former North Dakota assistant Cary Eades moved to the head coaching position with the Fargo Force.

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