Dale Hunter

Dale Hunter

Dale Robert Hunter (born July 31, 1960) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player and the former head coach of the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League.

Read more about Dale Hunter:  Post-NHL, Accolades and Controversy

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London Knights - Coaches
... Gary Agnew twice, in 1992–93 and in 1997–98, and Dale Hunter twice, in 2003–04 and 2004–05 ... Dale Hunter also won the Brian Kilrea Coach of the Year Award, emblematic of CHL Coach of the Year honours, in 2003–04 ... Gary Agnew 2000–01 — Lindsay Hofford 2001–2011 — Dale Hunter 2011–2012 — Mark Hunter 2012–Present - Dale Hunter Notes Mike Fedorko was entering his second season as Knights' coach and GM in the ...
London Knights - Awards - Ontario Hockey League
... of the Year 1976–77 - Bill Long 1992–93 - Gary Agnew 1997–98 - Gary Agnew 2003–04 - Dale Hunter 2004–05 - Dale Hunter 2009–10 - Dale Hunter Max ...
1980–81 Quebec Nordiques Season - Playoffs
... In the second period, Quebec fought back on goals by Michel Goulet and Dale Hunter to tie the game at 3-3 ... back with two quick goals, one by Dale Hunter and another by Marc Tardif, putting the Nordiques within a goal at 6-5 ... and with the Nordiques facing elimination, Dale Hunter cut into the Flyers lead with a goal with less than five minutes remaining in the third period, making the score 3-2 for ...

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