The Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League have named Richard Seeley as the general manager of their farm team, the Ontario Reign of the American Hockey League. The hiring was announced by Kings vice president and general manager Rob Blake on Tuesday.
Seeley has spent the last three seasons as the head coach of the Manchester Monarchs of the ECHL. In each of his three seasons with the Monarchs, the team made the Kelly Cup Playoffs. In 2017, Manchester advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals before losing to the South Carolina Stingrays in seven games. In 2018, Seeley won 41 games, the most he ever won while with Manchester during a single regular season, before losing in six games to the Adirondack Thunder in the North Division Finals.
In other Reign news, the Reign will be having an open house on June 24 at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, Calif. Throughout the afternoon from 1pm-2pm, fans will have a chance to see the best available seats in the arena for the upcoming season.
In addition to checking out the seats, fans will have access to the locker room and player tunnel. For more information on the Reign upcoming event, which enhances the Reign's connections with fans in Ontario please click here.
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