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Mark Morrison

Assistant Coach

Mark Morrison completed his third season as an assistant coach for Anaheim. Morrison joined the organization prior to 2017-18, a season in which the Ducks posted a 44-25-13 record for 101 points.

A native of Prince George, British Columbia, Morrison was previously with the Winnipeg Jets organization as an assistant coach for the AHL Manitoba Moose (2015-17) and St. John's IceCaps (2011-15).

Prior to St. John's, Morrison served as head coach and general manager of the Victoria Salmon Kings of the ECHL, where he spent four years. He also coached and played with the Fife Flyers of the British National League, winning Coach of the Year honors three times.

Morrison played 10 NHL games with the New York Rangers from 1981-84, won the Adams Cup with the CHL's Tulsa Oilers and was named Most Sportsmanlike Player in the 1980-81 Memorial Cup. He also represented Canada at the World Junior Championships in 1982 (gold medal) and 1983.

Morrison has three children: son, Lance, and daughters, Nicole and Tara.