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Jutting out as coach at Minnesota State

Troy Jutting has agreed to step down as the head hockey coach at Minnesota State Mankato University. Jutting, who also played for the Mavericks, will take over other administrative duties until his contract expires next year. He's been Minnesota State's head coach since 2000.
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Troy Jutting has agreed to step down as the head hockey coach at Minnesota State Mankato University. Jutting, who also played for the Mavericks, will take over other administrative duties until his contract expires next year. He's been Minnesota State's head coach since 2000.

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