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January 8, 2012 | 11:29am ET
Possible change behind the bench in Calgary?

According to the Ottawa Sun, former Atlanta Thrashers head coach Bob Hartley could find himself behind the Calgary Flames' bench at the beginning of next season.

Flames GM Jay Feaster has admitted on quite a few occasions that he is looking to invest in a team rebuild, and coach Brent Sutter does not appeared to fit the new blueprint.

Hartley, who currently coaches the Zurcher Schlittschuh Club Lions in Switzerland, does not have an escape clause of his contract this season in Europe or many believe he would already be in Calgary by now.

He has an overall NHL coaching record of 329-226-61-34 with the Colorado Avalanche and the Thrashers, is known to be an offensive genius. He won a Stanley Cup with the Avs in 2001 and led the Thrashers to their only post-season appearance in 2007.

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