The 2014–15 KHL Medveščak Zagreb season was the second season for the Zagreb-based club in the Kontinental Hockey League. Initially Mark French was announced as head coach of the team, but prior to the season starting he accepted an offer from the Calgary Hitmen, a major junior team in the Canadian-based Western Hockey League. He was replaced by Chuck Weber, who in turn was relieved of his duties due to poor play by the team and succeeded by Doug Shedden. During the season Medveščak participated in the Spengler Cup, the first time the club was invited to play in the tournament.

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  • The 2014–15 KHL Medveščak Zagreb season was the second season for the Zagreb-based club in the Kontinental Hockey League. Initially Mark French was announced as head coach of the team, but prior to the season starting he accepted an offer from the Calgary Hitmen, a major junior team in the Canadian-based Western Hockey League. He was replaced by Chuck Weber, who in turn was relieved of his duties due to poor play by the team and succeeded by Doug Shedden. During the season Medveščak participated in the Spengler Cup, the first time the club was invited to play in the tournament. (en)
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  • The 2014–15 KHL Medveščak Zagreb season was the second season for the Zagreb-based club in the Kontinental Hockey League. Initially Mark French was announced as head coach of the team, but prior to the season starting he accepted an offer from the Calgary Hitmen, a major junior team in the Canadian-based Western Hockey League. He was replaced by Chuck Weber, who in turn was relieved of his duties due to poor play by the team and succeeded by Doug Shedden. During the season Medveščak participated in the Spengler Cup, the first time the club was invited to play in the tournament. (en)
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