Blue Jackets' Head Coach Babcock Resigns Over Photo Sharing Controversy

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Mike Babcock, head coach of the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets, resign on Sunday over allegations that he shared personal photos from his players' phones in his office. 

Babcock was hired by the Blue Jackets back in July, marketing his first NHL since being fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs back in November of 2019. 

Babcock was accused of asking to see photos from his players' phones and then displaying the content in his office via AirPlay. 

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