Generals and Greg Nemisz part ways

Oshawa, Ont.- The Oshawa Generals announced today that the coaching contract for Assistant Coach Greg Nemisz has not been extended and the two sides will be parting ways.

 The move comes as a mutual decision, with Nemisz looking to move his career in a different direction.

“I would like to thank Greg for all his service to the Oshawa Generals,” said team GM Roger Hunt. “Greg came on board the year we won the Memorial Cup and has been a huge part of our organization ever since. I’m sure Greg will tackle the next stage of his life and career with the same professionalism and effort as he did with us.”

Nemisz has been an assistant coach with the Generals since joining the club prior to the 2015-16 season. In addition to his coaching career, he played five professional seasons at right wing, in the National Hockey League and American Hockey League before joining the Generals in his first coaching role.

The Oshawa Generals want to extend our sincere gratitude to Greg for his dedication and commitment to our organization and wish him well in his future endeavours.

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