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01-28-2013, 06:20 AM
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Most Future Head Coaches in one team

Toronto Maple Leafs 1978 ?
Ron Wilson
Randy Carlyle
Dan Maloney
Bruce Boudreau

In Modern era:
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 2003
Dan Bylsma and Adam Oates

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1978 Montreal Canadiens

Jacques Lemaire
Bob Gainey
Mario Tremblay
Larry Robinson
Steve Shutt (asst)

That's as close as I can get.

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1956-60 Canadiens

9 - 13 per season if minor pro and junior are included plus NHL assistant roles.

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1978 Montreal Canadiens

Jacques Lemaire
Bob Gainey
Mario Tremblay
Larry Robinson
Steve Shutt (asst)

That's as close as I can get.
Add Doug Riseborough, asst and head with Calgary, Jarvis, Cournoyer, Lapointe NHL assistants.Nyrop low minors.

Also from the 1977 team, all of the listed plus Jim Roberts.

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1987-88 Blackhawks had eight in total, but two of them were traded for each other during the season:

Bruce Cassidy
Curt Fraser
Dirk Graham
Steve Ludzik
Jim Playfair
Denis Savard
Duane Sutter
Trent Yawney

To be honest, not a very successful group in NHL level. The team also had three current GMs: Marc Bergevin, Bob Murray and Doug Wilson.

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1968-69 St Louis Blues

Al Arbour
Red Berenson
Terry Crisp
Doug Harvey
Camille Henry (WHA)
Bill McCreary
Barclay Plager
Bob Plager
Jacques Plante (WHA)
Jimmy Roberts
Jean-Guy Talbot

Minor League coaches
Terry Gray
Frank St Marseille

Myron Stankiewicz coached Scott Stevens as a 14 year old

Glenn Hall NHL Goalie coach

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One year the Whalers had Tippett, Dineen, Quenneville and Anderson who went on to be head coaches, and Evason/Ladouceur/Peterson who had or still have long assistant coaching careers.

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That Montreal 77 team

Coaches
Jacques Lemaire
Larry Robinson
Mario Tremblay
Doug Risebrough
Bob Gainey
Bill Nyrop (ECHL)
Pete Mahovlich (AHL & IHL)

Assistant Coach
Steve Shutt
Yvan Cournoyer (head coach in Roller Hockey)
Guy Lapointe
Doug Jarvis
Jim Roberts

GM
Rejean Houle
Serge Savard
Doug Risebrough
Bob Gainey

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Just picking one Bruins team, 1975-76.

You will notice a lot of these guys did not stand the test of time as coaches:

Wayne Cashman (1 year)
Gerry Cheevers
Phil Esposito (45 games when he fired coaches w/NYR)
Mike Milbury (certainly more well known for his, ahem, executive career)
Terry O'Reilly
Brad Park (a regrettable stint with the 85-86 Red Wings)
Al Sims (1 yr with the SJ Sharks, finished 25th of 26 teams)

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