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Guy Carbonneau
Montreal Canadiens - Head Coach

Born in Sept-Îles on March 18, 1960, Guy Carbonneau became the 28th Head Coach in Montreal Canadiens history on May 5, 2006. He had made a second home coming with the Canadiens’ organization on January 14, 2006, as Associate Coach to Bob Gainey.In his second year with the Canadiens, Carbonneau led the Habs to the top record in the Eastern Conference. Starting in 2002-03, Carbonneau was Assistant General Manager with the Dallas Stars, the team he ended his playing career with in July 2000. ...more
  
Randy Carlyle
Anaheim Ducks - Head Coach

Randy Carlyle was named the seventh Head Coach in Anaheim Ducks history on August 1, 2005. In only his second season as an NHL head coach, Carlyle led the Ducks to their first ever Stanley Cup Championship. En route to their Stanley Cup title, the Ducks defeated Minnesota (five games), Vancouver (five games), Detroit (six games) and Ottawa (five games). The Ducks became the first California team to win hockey’s ultimate prize. ...more
  
Jacques Caron
New Jersey Devils - Goaltending Coach


Entering 15th season in current post and with Devils’ organization; joined club August 9, 1993…Works with all goalies in the organization, including NHL, AHL, ECHL and prospects…Spent 12 years (1980-81–1991-92) serving Hartford Whalers organization in various capacities, including time spent as a member of their coaching staff at both the AHL and NHL levels…Spent 1990-91 and 1991-92 seasons as Whalers’ NHL goaltending coach. ...more
 
Greg Carvel
Ottawa Senators -
Assistant Coach

Greg Carvel was named assistant coach of the Ottawa Senators on Aug. 30, 2004. He joined the Senators from the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim where he had spent the previous five seasons.Carvel, 37, was added to the Mighty Ducks staff in May 1999 as scouting co-ordinator. He added video-coaching duties to his title in 2002-03 and was promoted to assistant coach in August 2003. Before joining Anaheim, he spent two years with the Lowell Lock Monsters of the American Hockey League (AHL) as director of hockey operations. ...more
 
  
John Chabot
New York Islanders - Assistant Coach

Former NHL player John Chabot joined the Islanders as an assistant coach after spending two seasons as head coach of the Acadie-Bathurst Titans of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Prior to his time with the Titans, Chabot was an assistant coach for the QMJHL’s Gatineau Olympiques for four seasons, which included two appearances in the Memorial Cup Final. His coaching experience also includes running the midget division national team for the Aboriginal Sports Council in 2003. ...more
 
  
Guy Charron
Florida Panthers - Assistant Coach

Guy Charron was named an assistant coach for the Florida Panthers on July 16, 2004. Previously, he spent part of the 2004-05 season working as an assistant coach with the San Antonio Rampage (AHL). Prior to joining the Panthers organization he served as an assistant coach with the Montreal Canadiens (2002-04). Charron made his debut as an assistant coach with the Calgary Flames in 1990 where he spent five seasons before joining the NY Islanders staff for two years. ...more
 
  
  Ian Clark
Vancouver Canucks - Goaltending Coach


 Ian Clark, 42, was named as Vancouver's goaltending consultant on July 31, 2002. A former resident of the Lower Mainland, Clark currently resides in Dallas, Texas and is the founder and President of the Goaltender Development Institute. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of From the Crease, the World's leading development magazine for goaltenders of all ages and skill levels.
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Jacques Cloutier
Colorado Avalanche - Assistant Coach

Jacques Cloutier joined the Avalanche coaching staff on Jan. 24, 1996. Cloutier began his professional hockey career on the ice, playing the better part of 12 seasons in the National Hockey League with the Buffalo Sabres and Chicago Blackhawks before concluding his playing career with the Quebec Nordiques in 1993-94.  ...more
 
  
Rob Cookson
Calgary Flames - Assistant Coach

Rob Cookson will enter his eighth year with the Flames coaching staff this fall after three seasons as Video Coach with the Philadelphia Flyers. Cookson, a native of Lacombe, Alberta, has an impressive resume of coaching and technical experience in the hockey world. Before joining the Flyers, he served as an Assistant Coach for the Canadian Men's Olympic Team in the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. ...more
 
Jim Corsi
Buffalo Sabres - Goaltender Coach

Jim Corsi has spent 10 years as the Sabres goaltending coach. His duties with the team involve working with the Sabres NHL goalkeepers as well as the team's prospects throughout the minor leagues. Under his tutelage, Sabres All-Star netminder Ryan Miller has benefited tremendously from Corsi’s unique style both on and off the ice. Corsi, 54, brings with him over 20 years of experience as a player, coach, manager and hockey analyst. ...more
  
Randy Cunneyworth
Atlanta Thrashers - Assistant Coach

Cunneyworth, 47, just completed his eighth season at the helm of the AHL’s Rochester Americans and earned a 306-267-67 record in 640 career games behind the Amerk’s bench.  He ranks second on the franchise’s all-time list for games coached and wins and is only the second coach in the franchise’s 52-year history to coach 500 games. ...more
  


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