List of Phoenix Coyotes Head Coaches

List Of Phoenix Coyotes Head Coaches

The Phoenix Coyotes are an American professional ice hockey team based in Glendale, Arizona. They play in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL). The team started out as a charter member of the World Hockey Association (WHA), and were named the Winnipeg Jets. The WHA then merged with the NHL in 1979, the Jets relocated to Phoenix in 1996, and were renamed the Phoenix Coyotes. Having first played at the America West Arena, the Coyotes have played their home games at the Jobing.com Arena, formerly named the Glendale Arena, since 2003. The team has never been to the playoffs since the 2001–02 season. The Coyotes are owned by Jerry Moyes and Wayne Gretzky, Don Maloney is their general manager, and Shane Doan is the team captain.

There have been five head coaches for the Coyotes team. The team's first head coach was Don Hay, who has coached for one season. Bob Francis is the team's all-time leader for the most regular-season games coached (390), the most regular-season game wins (165), and the most regular-season points (411); Jim Schoenfeld is the team's all-time leader for the most playoff games coached (13), and the most playoff-game wins (5). Francis won the Jack Adams Award in the 2001–02 season. None of the Coyotes coaches have been elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder, though Wayne Gretzky has been elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a player in 1999. Francis and Gretzky have each spent their entire NHL head coaching careers with the Coyotes. Dave Tippett has been the head coach of the Coyotes since the 2009–10 season. Tippett won the Jack Adams Award in the 2009–10 season.

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