According to the National Post of Calgary:
Sutter hopes to lead his team deep into the Stanley Cup playoffs.After reading that article, Devils fans can't be very optimistic about seeing Sutter behind the bench next season at the Prudential Center. If they win the Cup, will he leave? If they don't win the Cup, will he want to take another shot at it? He'll have a big decision to make at the end of the season, until then many Devils fans will be waiting anxiously.
But later on, he is considering a return to his old life as a rancher, junior hockey executive and full-time dad.
"I'm not making any decisions," Sutter said. "I'm just taking it day to day and doing the best I can.
"We'll evaluate from here." The evaluation, at least internally, has already started.
"It's hard to explain to anybody," he said. "My situation is somewhat different than a lot of other coaches in the NHL. I own a major junior team. I own a ranch. I'm 2,800 miles from all that. I have a family, and I'm 2,800 miles away from them.
"I chose to do this, but there's an understanding that it's a year-to-year thing for me."
..... "I'll re-evaluate this summer," he said, of his hockey feature. "Just like I always do."
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