A look at the career of Mike Babcock, who was named coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday:
1986 -- Graduated with a degree in physical education from McGill University, where he played defense and served as captain of the hockey team. He also did some post-graduate work in sports psychology at McGill.
1987-88 -- Served as player-coach of the Whitley Warriors of the British Premier League. He had 34 goals and 132 points in 36 games; the Warriors finished two points out of first place.
1988-91 -- Coached at Red Deer College. His team won the Alberta College championship in 1989, and he was named coach of the year.