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Dave Hakstol

Dave Hakstol

Ice hockey player and coach
Dave Hakstol
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Quick Facts

Intro Ice hockey player and coach
Is Athlete Ice hockey player
From Canada
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 30 July 1968, Drayton Valley
Age 53 years
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Dave Hakstol (born July 30, 1968) is a Canadian ice hockey coach. He is the head coach for the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League (NHL). A native of Warburg, Alberta, Hakstol was the head coach for University of North Dakota men's ice hockey team for 11 seasons. Hakstol played for the Fighting Sioux from 1989 to 1992 and in the International Hockey League for five years before becoming a coach.

Career

Dave Hakstol attended the University of North Dakota and played hockey there from 1989 to 1992. He played minor league hockey for five years, including stints with the Indianapolis Ice and Minnesota Moose. After retiring as a player, he moved to the coaching ranks with the Sioux City Musketeers. He replaced a fired head coach in the middle of their disappointing 1996–97, turned the team around, and remained for four years. He became an assistant coach with his alma mater North Dakota in 2000. In 2004 he was named head coach. In his tenure as North Dakota's head coach, he led the team to the NCAA Frozen Four seven times. Hakstol was honored with conference coach of the year awards in 2009 and 2015, and was an eight-time finalist for national coach of the year.

On May 18, 2015, it was announced that Hakstol would become the Philadelphia Flyers' 19th head coach. Hakstol is the first head coach to go directly from the NCAA to the NHL since 1982 (Bob Johnson from the University of Wisconsin to the Calgary Flames). Hakstol picked up his first NHL victory in the Flyers' third game of the season, a 1-0 win over the Florida Panthers.

Head coaching record

USHL

Team Year Regular Season Post Season
G W L T OTL GF GA Pts Finish
Sioux City 1996–97 54 9 43 2 2 162 307 20 6th, South DNQ
1997–98 56 32 21 3 3 195 155 67 4th, South DNQ
1998–99 56 34 19 3 3 196 148 71 2nd, West DNQ
1999-00 58 27 26 5 5 170 162 59 6th, West DNQ

NCAA

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
North Dakota (WCHA) (2004–2013)
2004–2005 North Dakota 25–15–5 13–12–3 5th NCAA Runner-up
2005–2006 North Dakota 29–16–1 16–12–0 t-4th NCAA Frozen Four
2006–2007 North Dakota 24–14–5 13–10–5 3rd NCAA Frozen Four
2007–2008 North Dakota 28–11–4 18–7–3 2nd NCAA Frozen Four
2008–2009 North Dakota 24–15–4 17–7–4 1st NCAA 1st Round
2009–2010 North Dakota 25–13–5 15–10–3 t-4th NCAA 1st Round
2010–2011 North Dakota 32–8–3 21–6–1 1st NCAA Frozen Four
2011–2012 North Dakota 26–13–3 16–11–1 4th NCAA 2nd Round
2012–2013 North Dakota 22–12–7 14–7–7 3rd NCAA 2nd Round
North Dakota (NCHC) (2013–2015)
2013–2014 North Dakota 25–14–3 15–9–0 2nd NCAA Frozen Four
2014–2015 North Dakota 29–10–3 16–6–2 1st NCAA Frozen Four
North Dakota: 289–141–43 174–97–31
Total: 289–141–43

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

NHL

Team Year Regular season Post season
Games Won Lost OTL Points Finish Won Lost Win  % Result
PHI 2015–16 82 41 27 14 96 5th in Metropolitan 2 4 .333 Lost in First Round (WAS)
PHI Total 82 41 27 14 2 4 .333
Total 82 41 27 14 2 4 .333

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