Looks like Alain Vigneault is staying with the New York Rangers. The Rangers have signed Vigneault to a contract extension. Terms of the contract were not released but the New York Post reported it would be for two seasons. Meaning that he would be with the team through the 2019-20 season.
Vigneault, who is 55, has a coaching record of 175-97-23 since taking on the Rangers as head coach in 2013. In their first season with him behind the bench, they reached the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals, in which they lost to the Los Angeles Kings.
The Rangers are 31-17-1 this season, and have scored the second most goals in the NHL with 165.
In his career, Vigneault has a coaching record of 597-385-84 with the Canadiens, Canucks and Rangers in 15 seasons.