Coach Acton's Playing Statistics
Keith Acton has served seven seasons as an assistant coach with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Acton, 50, was named an assistant coach on August 4, 2000 after he spent the previous two seasons as an assistant coach with the New York Rangers. Prior to that he was an assistant/associate coach with the Philadelphia Flyers four seasons.
The Stouffville, Ontario native played 15 seasons in the National Hockey League prior to joining the coaching ranks. Acton played 1,023 NHL games, collecting 226 goals and 358 assists for 584 points with Montreal, Minnesota, Edmonton, Philadelphia, Washington and the New York Islanders.
As a member of the 1988 Edmonton Oilers, Acton was a part of the club that won the Stanley Cup. The centreman registered his best NHL season in 1981-82 as a member of the Canadiens notching career highs in goals (36), assists (52) and points (88).
Acton and his wife Susan reside in Stouffville with their two daughters Brooke and Elisa, and their two sons William and Robert.