NHL Coaches with the Most Difficult Jobs in the 2013-14 Season

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NHL Coaches with the Most Difficult Jobs in the 2013-14 Season
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All NHL coaches have difficult jobs, but heading into the 2013-14 season, there are a few who have more turbulent situations than others.

A couple of first-year coaches are walking into extremely difficult, pressure-filled environments where the expectations are higher than the team's talent level.

Other incumbents have to find a way to continue getting the most out of their team after a disappointing past 12 months.

The combination of a limited roster and the ruthless media can sometimes be too much for a coach, but they all need to balance the pressures around them and find success.

Here are the five NHL coaches with the most difficult jobs heading into the 2013-14 season.

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