3 Reasons Why Peter DeBoer Is a Jack Adams Award Snub

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3 Reasons Why Peter DeBoer Is a Jack Adams Award Snub
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New Jersey Devils first-year head coach Peter DeBoer has led his team to the Stanley Cup Final.

The hiring of DeBoer was a somewhat quiet event this offseason, but it seems as if Devils' General Manager Lou Lamoriello once again knew exactly what he was doing.

In his first year with the team, DeBoer led this New Jersey squad to a record of 48-28-6 and now has them fighting for the biggest prize of them all.

While voting for the Jack Adams Award, the NHL's Coach of the Year, took place several weeks ago, experts and fans of the league alike are beginning to realize DeBoer may have been a massive snub for the honor. 

This playoff season, DeBoer has shown himself to be completely deserving of the award.

Here are three reasons why Peter DeBoer is a massive Jack Adams Award snub.

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