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Anaheim's Boudreau, Ottawa's MacLean, Chicago's Quenneville finalists for Jack Adams award

Friday, 05.17.2013 / 10:45 AM / News

The Canadian Press

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Anaheim's Boudreau, Ottawa's MacLean, Chicago's Quenneville finalists for Jack Adams award

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Joel Quenneville, Bruce Boudreau and Paul MacLean have been announced as the finalists for the Jack Adams Award, given to the head coach who has contributed most to his team's success.

Quenneville led Chicago to a league-best 36-7-5 mark after opening the season by earning a point in each of its first 24 games, setting an NHL record. Quenneville previously won the award in 2000 with St. Louis.

In his first full season in Anaheim, Boudreau led the Ducks to the Pacific Division title and the second seed in the Western Conference playoffs. Anaheim was third overall in the NHL standings after finishing 25th the previous season. Boudreau previously won the award in 2008 with Washington.

MacLean, a finalist for the second straight year, led Ottawa to the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference while overcoming the prolonged absences of several key players.

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