Rod Davidson Takes Over NA3HL Battle Creek Revolution


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Rod Davidson Takes Over NA3HL Battle Creek Revolution September 4, 2012 9:51 AM

Experience. It almost always makes a difference.

Rod Davidson has experience, in the form of decades behind the bench. The former Central Hockey League Championship winning coach has taken over the reigns of the Battle Creek Revolution NA3HL team.

Davidson steps into what may be the most challenging position of his long career. The Jr. Revolution have not won a game since moving to Battle Creek two seasons ago. Prior to being moved the franchise was known as the Grand Rapids Owls, the franchise move did not improve the Owls long history of struggles either.

Davidson looks to change all that this season. He has the coaching skills, temperament and hockey connections to turn things around for the franchise. News out of the South Western Michigan hockey community has been that Davidson has been building bridges with other programs in the area, most importantly with the Kalamazoo Jr. Kwings or the NAHL.

Davidson began his career in 1992 as the director of player personnel and assistant coach for the Brantford Smoke of the Colonial Hockey League. He has been a head coach in the WPHL, CHL and WCHL, serving 344 games as a bench boss. Davidson guided the Alexandria Warthogs in 1998-99, the Indianapolis Ice from 1999-2002 and the Anchorage Aces in 2002-03.

Those of us that have had the pleasure of knowing and working with Rod in the past know he is a task master and problem solver. The task at hand is win number one, that is surely to come sooner rather than later.

By Joseph Kolodziej

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