Updated: June 01, 2021 11:58 PM
Created: June 01, 2021 07:10 PM
Mike Randolph confirmed to WDIO on Tuesday that he has resigned as head coach of the Duluth East boy's hockey team.
A press conference regarding his decision is set for Friday.
Randolph served as head coach of the Greyhounds for 32 seasons spanning from 1988-2003, then again from 2004-2021.
During his time with the program, he led the team to a number of state tournament visits, including two Class AA state titles and six runner-up finishes.
He tallied 658 career wins, which is the third most all-time in Minnesota state history.
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