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The finalists for the Jack Adams award for the coach of the year were announced by the NHL on May 17. This season’s nominees are the Anaheim Ducks’ Bruce Boudreau, the Ottawa Senators’ Paul MacLean and the Chicago Blackhawks’ Joel Quenneville. Both Quenneville and Boudreau are former winners of the award. Quenneville won it for the 1999/2000 season when he was head coach of the league-leading St. Louis Blues and Boudreau took it home after the 2007/08 season as coach of the Washington Capitals. MacLean was also nominated for the trophy last season, but he came in second to Ken Hitchcock of the St. Louis Blues in the voting. If Quenneville or Boudreau happen to beat out MacLean for the award they will become the fifth coach to win it with two different clubs. The only person to win the trophy on three occasions was Pat Burns as he won it with the Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens. Boudreau said there are so many good coaches currently in the NHL so it’s ...
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On Friday morning, the NHL announced that Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is one of three finalists for the Jack Adams Award, which is presented “to the NHL coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team’s success.” The other … Continue reading →The post Joel Quenneville Named Jack Adams Award Finalist appeared first on Committed Indians.
Joel Quenneville, Bruce Boudreau and Paul MacLean have been announced as the finalists for the Jack Adams Award, given to the head coach who has contributed most to his team's success.
Quenneville led Chicago to a league-best 36-7-5 mark after opening the season by earning a point in each of its first 24 games, setting an NHL record. Quenneville previously won the award in 2000...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Joel Quenneville, Bruce Boudreau and Paul MacLean are finalists for the Jack Adams Award, given to the head coach who has contributed most to his team's success.
The NHL announced the nominees on Friday. The winner will be announced during the Stanley Cup final.
Quenneville led Chicago to a league-best 36-7-5 mark after opening the season by earning a point...
The Anaheim Ducks early exit from the Stanley Cup playoffs was a bit of a surprise to everyone. What shouldn't have come as a surprise is head coach Bruce Boudreau having been recognized for his teams excellent regular season with a Jack Adams nomination.
After taking over mid-season a year ago, Boudreau led the Ducks to a 30-12-6 finish in his first full year (sort of, lockout...
The NHL announced the three finalists for the coach of the year award (the Jack Adams trophy). Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau is one of the three, the first time a Ducks coach has been nominated. Joel Quenneville (Chicago) and Paul MacLean (Ottawa) are the other two finalists.
The criteria for the award is the coach who has “contributed the most to his team’s...
NEW YORK (May 17, 2013) -- Bruce Boudreau of the Anaheim Ducks, Paul MacLean of the Ottawa Senators and Joel Quenneville of the Chicago Blackhawks are the three finalists for the 2012-13 Jack Adams Award, presented to the head coach who has "contributed the most to his team's success," the National Hockey League announced today. Continue reading "Jack Adams Award...
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On Friday, three finalists for the NHL's Jack Adams Award, given to the head coach who contributed most to his team's success.
The first nominee, Chicago's Joel Quenneville, led his Blackhawks team to the Presidents' Trophy after a 36-7-5 season. The team averaged 1.60 standings points per game...
Today the NHL announced that Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean was among its three finalists for the Jack Adams Trophy, presented to the head coach who has contributed most to his team’s success. The Trophy is voted on by members of the NHL Broadcaster’s Association. Anaheim's Bruce Boudreau and Chicago's Joel Quenneville were announced as the other two nominees...
After practice on Monday morning, coach Joel Quenneville confirmed that forward Viktor Stalberg will return to the lineup for Game Three in Detroit. Michal Handzus will also play, meaning Daniel Carcillo is the odd man out.The post Roster Update: Viktor Stalberg Back In For Game Three appeared first on Committed Indians.