Andy Moog
Andy Moog enters his eighth season with the Stars for 2009-10, returning to his role as an assistant coach for the club.
He has served in a variety of duties over the years such as a goaltending consultant and coach. Moog was Dallas’ player development coach for two seasons (2006-2008), following four campaigns as an assistant coach for Dallas. He has previously worked with Marc Crawford in Vancouver as a goaltending coach from 1999-2002.
Boasting 18 years and 713 games in the NHL with Edmonton, Boston, Dallas and Montreal, Moog, 49, retired in 1998, posting a 372-209-88 career mark with a 3.13 GAA. A three-time Stanley Cup winner with Edmonton (1984, 1985, 1987), he appeared in 175 games with the Stars from 1993-97, collecting a 75-64-26 mark with a 2.74 GAA. Appearing in the Cup Finals six times, Moog was a member of three Presidents' Trophy clubs (1986, 1987, 1990) and shared the Jennings Trophy with Reggie Lemelin in Boston in 1990. The native of Penticton, B.C., represented his country at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary and served as goaltending consultant for Team Canada at the 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympics. Moog and his wife Karla are the parents of three children: Alyssa, Arielle and Abby.