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Major Junior Hockey Coaches

A look or discussion about major junior hockey coaches thru the years.

Some like Brian Kilrea found their niche and worked it for a long time producing quality NHL players but more importantly quality people.

Others became vagabonds in junior hockey - Bill Laforge with a short shelf life at each stop or a Gaston Drapeau who provided temporary solutions.

Then you have the coaches who cut their teeth in junior hockey before successful NHL careers - Scotty Bowman,average - Ken Hitchcock, mediocre - Michel Bergeron.


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