List of Atlanta Thrashers Head Coaches

List Of Atlanta Thrashers Head Coaches

The Atlanta Thrashers were an American professional ice hockey team based in Atlanta, Georgia. They played in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL) for its entire history. They moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2011 and became the 2nd Incarnation of the Winnipeg Jets. The team joined the NHL in 1999 as an expansion team. The Thrashers played their home games at the Philips Arena since their inaugural season. The Thrashers are owned by Atlanta Spirit, LLC, and Rick Dudley is their general manager.

There were five Thrashers head coaches during their existence. The team's first head coach was Curt Fraser, who coached for three seasons. Bob Hartley is the franchise's all-time leader for the most regular-season games coached (291), the most regular-season game wins (136), the most regular-season points (309), and the only Thrashers head coach to coach any post-season games (4). All of the Thrashers head coaches except for Hartley have spent their entire NHL head coaching careers with the Thrashers. John Anderson was the head coach of the Thrashers from 2008 to 2010. Craig Ramsay was the last the head coach of the Thrashers.

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