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BRUCE BOUDREAU
Head Coach

Bruce Boudreau is in his third season (first full season) as Head Coach of the Anaheim Ducks. With a 30-12-6 record for 66 points in 2012-13, Boudreau led Anaheim to its second Pacific Division title in franchise history and eighth berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with the No. 2 seed. The club’s .688 winning percentage was the best regular season mark in franchise history, while its third-place finish in the overall league standings was the club’s highest all-time. On May 17, 2013, Boudreau was named a finalist for the 2012-13 Jack Adams Award for the second time in his career.

Named the eighth head coach in franchise history on Nov. 30, 2011, Boudreau guided the club to a 27-23-8 record in 58 games in 2011-12, including a 24-15-6 mark in 2012. The 54 points Anaheim garnered in 2012 ranked fifth in the Western Conference.

As Head Coach of the Washington Capitals (2007-11), Boudreau won the 2007-08 Jack Adams award (NHL Coach of the Year) and led his club to the 2009-10 Presidents’ Trophy as the NHL’s top club in the regular season. He compiled a record of 201-88-40 (.672 winning percentage) with the Capitals and won the Southeast Division four times. He became the fastest coach in modern day NHL history to win 200 games (Nov. 21, 2011 vs. Phoenix) and recorded more wins (184) in his first 300 NHL games than any NHL coach all-time.

Boudreau was named interim head coach of the Capitals on Nov. 22, 2007. On that date, Washington was 30th in the NHL standings. He led the club to a 37-17-7 finish, as the Capitals won the Southeast Division in the first of four seasons under his direction. Boudreau, whose interim tag was removed on Dec. 26, 2007, became the second Washington head coach to win the Jack Adams Award. He was also the first coach since Bill Barber (2001) to win the Jack Adams Award after taking over a team midseason. In 2008-09, Boudreau led the Capitals to their first playoff series win since 1988. In addition to the Presidents’ Trophy, the 2009-10 club set team records for wins (54), points (121), and goals (313).

Before joining the Capitals, Boudreau spent nine seasons as an AHL head coach, including a Calder Cup championship with the Hershey Bears in 2006. He spent four years with Manchester (Los Angeles affiliate) and two with Lowell (also Los Angeles affiliate) before joining Hershey (Washington). A member of the AHL Hall-of-Fame (inducted in 2009), Boudreau compiled a 103-45-27 record with the Bears, including an AHL-best 51-17-12 in 2006-07.

Boudreau began his coaching career in the Colonial Hockey League with Muskegon in 1992-93 and was named the International Hockey League Coach of the Year in 1993-94 with Fort Wayne. He also served as head coach and director of hockey operations for Mississippi (ECHL), where he won the 1999 Kelly Cup championship. 

Boudreau played parts of eight NHL seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Chicago Blackhawks between 1976-86, recording 28-42=70 points in 141 career games. A native of Toronto, Ontario, Boudreau was originally selected by the Maple Leafs in the third round of the 1975 NHL Entry Draft. As a Canadian junior playing for the Toronto Marlboros in 1974-75, he scored 68-97=165 points, a Canadian Hockey League record until Bobby Smith and Wayne Gretzky surpassed the mark during the 1977-78 season.

Boudreau also ranks 11th all-time in scoring in AHL history with 316 goals and 799 points. No AHL player in the 1980s notched more points than Boudreau. He won the 1987-88 John B. Sollenberger Trophy for leading the league in scoring, and was also a member of the 1992 Calder Cup champion Adirondack Red Wings.

Bruce has four children: sons Ben, Andy and Brady, and daughter Kasey. He and wife, Crystal, along with their son, Brady, reside in Anaheim Hills.

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STANDINGS

WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 z - ANA 82 54 20 8 266 209 116
2 y - COL 82 52 22 8 250 220 112
3 x - STL 82 52 23 7 248 191 111
4 x - SJS 82 51 22 9 249 200 111
5 x - CHI 82 46 21 15 267 220 107
6 x - LAK 82 46 28 8 206 174 100
7 x - MIN 82 43 27 12 207 206 98
8 x - DAL 82 40 31 11 235 228 91
9 PHX 82 37 30 15 216 231 89
10 NSH 82 38 32 12 216 242 88
11 WPG 82 37 35 10 227 237 84
12 VAN 82 36 35 11 196 223 83
13 CGY 82 35 40 7 209 241 77
14 EDM 82 29 44 9 203 270 67

STATS

2013-2014 PLAYOFFS
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
R. Getzlaf 1 1 1 1 2
M. Beleskey 1 1 1 1 2
F. Beauchemin 1 0 2 1 2
M. Perreault 1 1 0 0 1
K. Palmieri 1 1 0 0 1
T. Selanne 1 0 1 0 1
C. Perry 1 0 1 1 1
N. Bonino 1 0 1 1 1
P. Maroon 1 0 1 0 1
S. Koivu 1 0 0 -2 0
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
F. Andersen 1 0 0 .914 3.00
 

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