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Assistant Plumb named to replace Ingram as coach of the Capitals

Jim Ingram has stepped down as Capitals
Jim Ingram has stepped down as Capitals' coach by 'mutual agreement'' between management, ownership and coaching staff, reads a release from the BCHL team.
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Jim Ingram is no longer the coach of the Cowichan Valley Capitals.

A decision was reached “after much discussion between management, ownership and coaching staff,’’ read a statement from the B.C. Hockey League club, to replace Ingram with assistant Aaron Plumb.

Former Caps’ head coach Darren Rodney has been brought back to assist Plumb.

Ingram expressed his gratitude for his time at the helm in Cowichan in a statement. “What you have here is a great group of boys,’’ he pointed out. “They are committed to one another in their desire to move forward. I wish these boys and the Capitals’ organization much success in the future. I know that the team will continue in their work ethic in the hopes of being the best team they can.’’

The Caps are currently last overall in the BCHL.

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