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AL ARBOUR  Canada 3

ROLE Team Staff    
BIRTHYEAR 1932-11-01 BIRTHPLACESudbury, ON, CAN
AGE NATION Canada
HIGHLIGHTS
4-time NHL Stanley Cup Champion 4


Player profile of Al Arbour also available

Arbour returned as coach for the New York Islanders for one game in the 2007-08 season. On the request of Islanders head coach Ted Nolan, Arbour coached the team on November 3, 2007, giving him him a total of 1,500 games coached with the Islanders. On that night, he registered his 740th NHL win as a coach. Arbour, at age 75, also became the oldest man to ever coach in the NHL.

Granddaughter: Jaclyn Arbour

TEAM STAFF HISTORY
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE ROLE ON TEAM NOTES
 1970-1971 St. Louis Blues NHLHead Coach Replaced by Scotty Bowman midseason  
 1971-1972 St. Louis Blues NHLHead Coach Replaced Bill McCreary midseason  
 1972-1973 St. Louis Blues NHLHead Coach Replaced by Jean-Guy Talbot midseason  
 1973-1974 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1974-1975 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1975-1976 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1976-1977 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1977-1978 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1978-1979 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1979-1980 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1980-1981 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1981-1982 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1982-1983 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1983-1984 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1984-1985 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1985-1986 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1988-1989 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach Replaced Terry Simpson midseason  
 1989-1990 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1990-1991 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1991-1992 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1992-1993 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  
 1993-1994 New York Islanders NHLHead Coach  


PLAYER STATS
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM      POSTSEASON GP G A TP PIM
 1949-1950 Detroit Hettche IHL 33 14 822 10 | Playoffs 3 0 00
  Windsor Spitfires OHA-Jr. 3 0 00 0 | Playoffs 1 0 00
 1950-1951 Windsor Spitfires OHA-Jr. 31 5 49 27 |            
 1951-1952 Windsor Spitfires OHA-Jr. 55 7 1219 86 |            
 1952-1953 Windsor Spitfires OHA-Jr. 56 5 712 92 |            
  Washington Lions EHL 4 0 22 0 |            
  Edmonton Flyers WHL 8 0 11 2 | Playoffs 15 0 55 10 
 1953-1954 Detroit Red Wings NHL 36 0 11 18 |            
  Sherbrooke Saints QHL 19 1 34 24 | Playoffs 2 0 00
 1954-1955 Edmonton Flyers WHL 41 3 912 39 |            
  Québec Aces QHL 20 4 59 55 | Playoffs 4 0 00
 1955-1956 Detroit Red Wings NHL 0 0 00 0 | Playoffs 4 0 11
  Edmonton Flyers WHL 70 5 1419 109 | Playoffs 3 0 00
 1956-1957 Detroit Red Wings NHL 44 1 67 38 | Playoffs 5 0 00
  Edmonton Flyers WHL 24 2 35 24 |            
 1957-1958 Detroit Red Wings NHL 69 1 67 104 | Playoffs 4 0 11
 1958-1959 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 70 2 1012 86 | Playoffs 6 1 23 26 
 1959-1960 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 57 1 56 66 | Playoffs 4 0 00
 1960-1961 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 53 3 25 40 | Playoffs 7 0 00
 1961-1962 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 52 1 56 68 | Playoffs 8 0 00
 1962-1963 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 4 1 01 4 |            
  Rochester Americans AHL 63 6 2127 97 | Playoffs 2 0 22
 1963-1964 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 6 0 11 0 | Playoffs 1 0 00
  Rochester Americans AHL 60 3 1922 62 | Playoffs 2 1 01
 1964-1965 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 0 0 00 0 | Playoffs 1 0 00
  Rochester Americans AHL 71 1 1617 88 | Playoffs 10 0 11 16 
 1965-1966 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 4 0 11 2 |            
  Rochester Americans AHL 59 2 1113 86 | Playoffs 12 0 22
 1966-1967 Rochester Americans AHL 71 3 1922 48 | Playoffs 13 0 11 16 
 1967-1968 St. Louis Blues  NHL 74 1 1011 50 | Playoffs 14 0 33 10 
 1968-1969 St. Louis Blues  NHL 67 1 67 50 | Playoffs 12 0 00 10 
 1969-1970 St. Louis Blues  NHL 68 0 33 85 | Playoffs 14 0 11 16 
 1970-1971 St. Louis Blues  NHL 22 0 22 6 | Playoffs 6 0 00


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
SEASON AWARDS BY SEASON
1977-1978 NHL Patrick Division Champion
1978-1979 NHL Coach of the Year (Jack Adams Award) (NYI)
  NHL Patrick Division Champion
1979-1980 NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1980-1981 NHL Patrick Division Champion
  NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1981-1982 NHL Patrick Division Champion
  NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1982-1983 NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1983-1984 NHL Eastern Conference Playoffs Champion (Prince of Wales Trophy)
  NHL Patrick Division Champion
1996-1997 Hockey Hall of Fame | Builder
 AWARDS BY LEAGUE
- Hockey Hall of Fame | Builder 96/97
- NHL Coach of the Year (Jack Adams Award) 78/79
- NHL Eastern Conference Playoffs Champion (Prince of Wales Trophy) 83/84
- NHL Patrick Division Champion 77/78, 78/79, 80/81, 81/82, 83/84
- NHL Stanley Cup Champion 79/80, 80/81, 81/82, 82/83