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by Chris Wescott / Edmonton Oilers

The late Oilers head coach Pat Quinn has been posthumously elected into the Builder Category of the Hockey Hall of Fame. The voting took place on Monday at the annual meeting of the selection committee in Toronto. Quinn is joined by former players Eric Lindros, Sergei Makarov and Rogie Vachon as the Class of 2016.

Quinn played nine seasons in the NHL, recording 131 points (18-113-131) in 606 regular season games. He then joined the Philadelphia organization as an assistant in 1977. From then on, Quinn spent almost four decades in either a coaching or management position in the NHL or with Hockey Canada.

Quinn coached the Oilers during the 2009-10 season, before joining the organization in an advisory role.

In 1,400 regular season games as a head coach, Quinn had 684 wins to his name. He also had a 94-89 record in the playoffs. He coached Team Canada to an Olympic gold medal in Salt Lake City in 2002, and gold at the 2004 World Cup. He also won a World Junior Championship with Canada in 2009.

Quinn passed away November 23, 2014.

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