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Bruce Boudreau


NHL coach who earned the Jack port Adams Award for the NHL’s most excellent head coach in 2008 for the Washington Capitols. He performed 20 periods of professional hockey in the NHL and WHA. He was terminated with the Capitols through the 2011 period and then employed with the Anaheim Ducks two times later, getting the fastest trainer to be terminated then employed in NHL background. He includes a boy named Brady along with his wife Crystal. He coached superstar forwards Alexander Ovechkin in the Capitols from 2007 to 2011.

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Full Name Bruce Boudreau
Date Of Birth January 9, 1955
Place Of Birth Toronto, Canada
Height 1.75 m
Weight 83 kg
Profession Hockey Coach
Nationality Canadian
Spouse Crystal Boudreau
Children Kasey Boudreau, Ben Boudreau, Brady Boudreau, Andy Boudreau
Parents Norman Boudreau, Mary Hulse
Siblings Barry Boudreau
Awards Jack Adams Award
Star Sign Capricorn

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1Coached the Hershey Bears (AHL affiliate of the Washington Capitals) to The Calder Cup in 2005-06.
2Head coach of the Washington Capitals since November 2007. Winner of the Jack Adams Award for the NHL's most outstanding head coach during the 2007-2008 NHL season.



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2017 NHL All-Star Game2017TV SpecialHimself - Central Division Head Coach
2008 NHL Awards2008TV SpecialHimself

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