Sutter shifts from one full-time job to another

Originally Published: December 6, 2004
By Scott Burnside | Special to ESPN.com

Editor's note: ESPN.com's Scott Burnside tracked down how all 30 coaches are biding their time during the lockout.

Chicago Blackhawks head coach Brian Sutter couldn't come to the phone the first time. He was busy dragging around 1,600 pounds of Black Angus beef on the end of a chain.

"I had four heifers. They're pretty quiet," he explained later. "We're getting ready for a big sale that I'm not normally around for."

Sutter, part of hockey's ubiquitous Sutter clan of Viking, Alberta, ...

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