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List of Philadelphia Flyers head coaches

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dave Hakstol is the current head coach of the Flyers.
Dave Hakstol is the current head coach of the Flyers.

The Philadelphia Flyers are a professional ice hockey team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of the National Hockey League's (NHL) Eastern Conference.[1] The Flyers were founded in 1967 as one of six expansion teams, increasing the size of the NHL at that time to 12 teams.[2]

Since the franchise was established, the team has had 19 head coaches,[3] including Fred Shero, who coached the Flyers to two Stanley Cups in 1974 and 1975, and was the inaugural winner of the Jack Adams Award in 1973–74.[4] Three other Flyers coaches have won the Adams Award — Pat Quinn in 1979–80, Mike Keenan in 1984–85, and Bill Barber in 2000–01.[4] The Flyers current head coach is Dave Hakstol, who was hired on May 18, 2015.[3]

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Contents

Key

Key of terms and definitions
Term Definition
No. Number of coaches[a]
GC Games coached
W Wins
L Losses
T Ties
OT Overtime/shootout losses
Pts Points
Pts% Points percentage
Win% Winning percentage
Hash-tag Spent entire NHL head coaching career with the Flyers
dagger Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Builder category
double-dagger Spent entire NHL head coaching career with the Flyers
and also elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Builder category

Coaches

Head coaches

Note: Statistics are updated through the end of the 2017–18 season

Head coaches of the Philadelphia Flyers
Regular season Playoffs
No. Name Tenure GC W L T OT Pts Pts% GC W L Win% Refs
1 Keith Allendouble-dagger June 6, 1966 – May 19, 1969 150 51 67 32 134 .447 11 3 8 .273 [5][6][7]
2 Vic Stasiuk May 19, 1969 – May 27, 1971 154 45 68 41 131 .425 4 0 4 .000 [6][8][9]
3 Fred Sherodagger June 2, 1971 – May 22, 1978 554 308 151 95 711 .642 83 48 35 .578 [10][11][12]
4 Bob McCammon July 6, 1978 – January 30, 1979 50 22 17 11 55 .550 [13][14][15]
5 Pat Quinndagger January 30, 1979 – March 19, 1982 262 141 73 48 330 .630 39 22 17 .564 [14][16][17]
Bob McCammon March 19, 1982 – April 25, 1984 168 97 51 20 214 .637 10 1 9 .100 [15][16][18]
6 Mike Keenan May 24, 1984 – May 11, 1988 320 190 102 28 408 .638 57 32 25 .561 [19][20][21]
7 Paul Holmgren June 1, 1988 – December 4, 1991 264 107 126 31 245 .464 19 10 9 .526 [22][23][24]
8 Bill DineenHash-tag December 4, 1991 – May 24, 1993 140 60 60 20 140 .500 [23][25][26]
9 Terry Simpson May 24, 1993 – May 20, 1994 84 35 39 10 80 .476 [25][27][28]
10 Terry Murray June 23, 1994 – June 13, 1997 212 118 64 30 266 .627 46 28 18 .609 [29][30][31]
11 Wayne CashmanHash-tag July 7, 1997 – March 9, 1998 61 32 20 9 73 .598 [32][33][34]
12 Roger Neilsondagger March 9, 1998 – June 8, 2000[b] 185 92 57 33 3 220 .595 29 14 15 .483 [33][35][36]
13 Craig Ramsay June 8, 2000 – December 10, 2000 28 12 12 4 0 28 .500 [35][37][38]
14 Bill BarberHash-tag December 10, 2000 – April 30, 2002 136 73 40 17 6 169 .621 11 3 8 .273 [37][39][40]
15 Ken Hitchcock May 14, 2002 – October 22, 2006 254 131 73 28 22 312 .614 37 19 18 .514 [41][42][43]
16 John Stevens October 22, 2006 – December 4, 2009 263 120 109 34 274 .521 23 11 12 .478 [42][44][45]
17 Peter Laviolette December 4, 2009 – October 7, 2013 272 145 98 29 319 .586 45 23 22 .511 [44][46][47]
18 Craig Berube October 7, 2013 – April 17, 2015 161 75 58 28 178 .553 7 3 4 .429 [46][48][49]
19 Dave HakstolHash-tag May 18, 2015 – present 246 122 86 38 282 .573 12 4 8 .333 [3][50]

Assistant coaches

Assistant coaches of the Philadelphia Flyers[51]
Name Term Notes
Mike Nykoluk 1972–1977 First full-time assistant coach in NHL history.[52]
Barry Ashbee 1974–1977
Terry Crisp 1977–1979 Relieved of duties when Bob McCammon was fired.[14]
Pat Quinn 1977–1978
Bobby Clarke 1979–1982 Named player-assistant coach prior to 1979–80 season.[53]
Relieved of coaching duties when Pat Quinn was fired.[16]
Bob Boucher 1980–1982 Relieved of duties when Pat Quinn was fired.[16]
Ted Sator 1983–1985
E. J. McGuire 1984–1988
2000–2002 Hired shortly after Bill Barber replaced Craig Ramsay as head coach.[54]
Bill Barber 1985–1988
2000 Promoted to head coach when Craig Ramsay was fired.[37]
Paul Holmgren 1985–1988
Mike Eaves 1988–1990
1993–1994
Andy Murray 1988–1990
Craig Hartsburg 1990–1994
2002–2004
Ken Hitchcock 1990–1993
Tom Webster 1994–1996
Keith Acton 1994–1998
Dave Brown 1996–1998
Wayne Cashman 1998–2000 Demoted to assistant coach when Roger Neilson was hired.[33]
Craig Ramsay 1998–2000
Mike Stothers 2000–2002
Wayne Fleming 2002–2006
Terry Murray 2003–2008 Hired midway through the 2002–03 season on January 27, 2003.[55]
John Stevens 2006 Promoted to head coach when Ken Hitchcock was fired.[42]
Craig Berube 2006–2007 Moved from Philadelphia Phantoms head coach shortly after John Stevens was promoted.[56]
2008–2013 Promoted to head coach when Peter Laviolette was fired.[46]
Jack McIlhargey 2007–2009 Relieved of duties when John Stevens was fired.[57]
Joe Mullen 2007–2017
Kevin McCarthy 2009–2013 Hired when Peter Laviolette replaced John Stevens as head coach.[57]
Relieved of duties when Peter Laviolette was fired.[58]
John Paddock 2013 Moved from assistant general manager on January 14, 2013.[59]
2013–2014 Moved from director of player personnel when Craig Berube was promoted.[58]
Ian Laperriere 2013–present Moved from director of player development when Craig Berube was promoted.[58]
Gord Murphy 2014–2018 Relieved of duties on November 28, 2018.[60]
Kris Knoblauch 2017–present
Rick Wilson 2018–present Hired on December 4, 2018.[61]

Goaltending coaches

Goaltending coaches of the Philadelphia Flyers[62]
Name Term Notes
Jacques Plante 1978–1982
Bernie Parent 1982–1994
Reggie Lemelin 1994–2009
Jeff Reese 2009–2015 Left team on March 6, 2015.[63]
Kim Dillabaugh 2015–present

See also

Notes

  1. ^ A running total of the number of coaches of the Flyers. Thus any coach who has two or more separate terms as head coach is only counted once.
  2. ^ Neilson went on medical leave on February 20, 2000[35] and initially planned on returning at the end of the first round of the playoffs, but his doctors advised the Flyers that he lacked the strength to perform his duties as head coach. After interim coach Craig Ramsay led the Flyers to the Eastern Conference Finals, the Flyers named Ramsay head coach.[35] The games Ramsay coached in place of Neilson are officially counted on Neilson's coaching totals.[36]

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  45. ^ "John Stevens". Hockey-Reference.com. Sports Reference, LLC. Retrieved May 29, 2013.
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