Darryl Williams Joins New York Rangers Coaching Staff
Darryl Williams has become the latest member of the New York Rangers coaching staff, joining Associate Coaches Scott Arniel and Ulf Samuelsson.
Williams, 46, is no stranger to Head Coach Alain Vigneault, as he spent the last six years on the Vancouver Canucks coaching staff.
Before the Canucks, Williams was the Associate Coach, Video Coordinator and Strength and Conditioning Coach for the St. John’s Fog Devils of the QMJHL (the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League) for three seasons from 2005-2008. The Fog Devils reached the playoffs in all three years that Williams spent with the team.
Williams also was an assistant coach with the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks of the American Hockey League, as well as the Head Coach of the Kansas City Outlaws of the United Hockey League.
Williams played in two games with the Los Angeles Kings during the 1992-93 season, the year they went to the Stanley Cup Finals against Montreal. His NHL debut was on March 2nd, 1993 vs the Calgary Flames.
Williams spent 11 seasons in professional hockey, finishing with 126 goals scored, 157 assists, and 283 points in 676 career games in the AHL and the International Hockey League.
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