Blues assistant Allain named Yale hockey coach

Updated: April 15, 2006, 2:10 PM ET
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Yale University named St. Louis Blues goaltending coach Keith Allain as men's ice hockey coach on Saturday. He will take over for mentor Tim Taylor, who is stepping down after coaching at Yale for 30 years.

Allain is a Yale alumnus who served as an assistant coach for Taylor at Yale from 1982-85, after playing under him for four seasons (1976-80).

"It is a tremendous honor and a great responsibility to follow in Tim Taylor's footsteps as head hockey coach at Yale," Allain ...

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