Kevin Kerr (ice hockey)

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Kevin Kerr (born September 18, 1967 in North Bay, Ontario) is a retired professional hockey player and former head coach of the Flint Generals of the United/International Hockey League. Kerr was drafted in Round 3, 56th overall of the 1986 NHL Draft by the Buffalo Sabres. Currently, he resides in Atlanta, GA.

On February 4, 2015, Kerr was named the inaugural head coach of the Macon Mayhem of the Southern Professional Hockey League.[1] The club played their first game in October 2015. In his second season as Macon's head coach he won the SPHL's coach of the year.[2]


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