Detulleo Named Havoc Coach

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The Huntsville Havoc announced today that Glenn Detulleo has been hired as Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations.

“Having the unique opportunity to observe Glenn’s coaching style the last five games of the regular season and through the first two rounds of the playoffs, provided us with all we needed to remove the “interim” tag from his title,” Havoc owner Keith Jeffries said.

Detuello retired as a player after the Havoc game on March 8, 2012. He took over behind the bench for the rest of the season on an interim basis. The Havoc went 2-2-1 in the final five regular season games. He then led the Havoc to a first round upset of top-seeded Augusta, before falling in the semi-finals to eventual champion, Columbus.

“I am extremely excited to be given the opportunity to start my coaching career with the Huntsville Havoc organization,” Detulleo said. “I am very appreciative that the organization trusts my ability to lead the Havoc on and off the ice.  I look forward to building an exciting team that will play with a mix of skill and toughness this season.”

Detulleo played in 596 career regular season games that spanned nine seasons, including his final two in Huntsville. He scored 138 career goals and added 356 career assists. He also saw action in 43 career playoff games and scored five goals and added 25 assists.

He becomes the fourth head coach in Havoc history.

Courtesy Huntsville Havoc Media Relations