By Kevin Paul Dupont

Joe Sacco is on the move again, which is not only a testament to his desire to stay in hockey, but also a reflection of his family genes. When he hung up the skates six years ago, after 738 NHL games, Sacco eventually headed to Woburn, where he joined his father's business, Sacco Specialized Moving.

"I took about a year off after hockey," Sacco recalled Friday, some 24 hours after being named the coach of the Colorado Avalanche. "And then I was slowly diving into that business, working in the office. I was enjoying it, but then I got a call . . ."