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Randy Carlyle career highlights

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A look at the career of Randy Carlyle, replaced on Wednesday night as coach of the Anaheim Ducks:

1976 -- Taken by Toronto in the second round (No. 30) of the NHL Draft.

1978 -- Traded to Pittsburgh Penguins.

1981 -- Wins Norris Trophy as NHL's best defenseman after scoring 16 goals and adding 67 assists for 83 points in 76 games.

1984 -- Traded to Winnipeg Jets in midseason; stays with Jets until his playing career ends in 1993. He finishes with 148 goals, 499 assists, 647 points and 1,400 PIM in 1,055 regular-season games.

1996 -- Named coach of the Manitoba Moose of the International Hockey League after the Jets moved to Phoenix. Also served as general manager from 1996-2000; coached through 2000-01 and served as team president in 2001-02.

2002 -- Joined Washington Capitals as an assistant coach.

2004 -- Returned to Moose, now in the AHL, as coach.

2005 -- Named as coach of the Anaheim Ducks on Aug. 1, 2005. Led Ducks to Pacific Division title and Stanley Cup in 2006-07.

2008 --
Passed Ron Wilson as winningest coach in franchise history with his 121st victory, a 2-1 win against New Jersey.

2011 -- Fired by Ducks after a 4-1 win against Montreal on Nov. 30. Ended his tenure with the Ducks with a 273-182-61 record.
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