By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Craig Berube will remain the head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, at least for now.

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Flyers GM Ron Hextall addressed the media during a 2:00 p.m. press conference on Wednesday, announcing that “no decision” has been made regarding Berube.

“At this point he’s our head coach and if something changes I’ll let you guys know,” Hextall said. “At this point, the process going on, we’re going to evaluate everything as I said. At this point, a decision hasn’t been made.”

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Hextall was asked if he’s waiting for potential replacement candidates for Berube to become available.

“No, this is singularly in itself,” Hextall said. “There’s no waiting around to see if someone comes available or what else is out there. No, not part of the equation.

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“I’m going to be methodical,” he continued. “I want to make the right decision. I’m not going to make a decision to appease people or to follow along what is supposed to be done. I’m gonna do everything I can to be—to do the due diligence that is appropriate to make the decision. And once I get there, then we’ll let people know. I’m not going to make a hasty decision and look back and regret it.”