List of Montreal Maroons Head Coaches

A list of head coaches of the Montreal Maroons:

  • Eddie Gerard 1924–1929
  • Dunc Munro 1929–1930
  • Dunc Munro and George "Buck" Boucher 1930–31
  • Sprague Cleghorn 1931–1932
  • Eddie Gerard 1932–1934
  • Tommy Gorman 1934–1937
  • King Clancy and Tommy Gorman 1937–38

Montreal Maroons
  • Montreal Forum
Head coaches of the National Hockey League
Atlantic Peter DeBoer
(New Jersey)
Jack Capuano
(N.Y. Islanders)
John Tortorella
(N.Y. Rangers)
Peter Laviolette
Dan Bylsma
Northeast Claude Julien
Lindy Ruff
Michel Therrien
Paul MacLean
Randy Carlyle
Southeast Kirk Muller
Kevin Dineen
Guy Boucher
(Tampa Bay)
Adam Oates
Claude Noel
Central Joel Quenneville
Todd Richards
Mike Babcock
Barry Trotz
Ken Hitchcock
(St. Louis)
Northwest Bob Hartley
Joe Sacco
Ralph Krueger
Mike Yeo
Alain Vigneault
Pacific Bruce Boudreau
Glen Gulutzan
Darryl Sutter
(Los Angeles)
Dave Tippett
Todd McLellan
(San Jose)
Defunct teams
  • Atlanta Flames
  • Atlanta Thrashers
  • California Golden Seals
  • Colorado Rockies
  • Hamilton Tigers
  • Hartford Whalers
  • Kansas City Scouts
  • Minnesota North Stars
  • Montreal Maroons
  • Montreal Wanderers
  • New York Americans
  • Ottawa Senators (original)
  • Philadelphia Quakers
  • Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Quebec Bulldogs
  • Quebec Nordiques
  • Winnipeg Jets (1972-96)

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