Adolphe Lecours

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Adolphe Lecours (January 23, 1878 – July 6, 1955 ) was a Canadian sports executive.

Lecours was the president of the L'Association athletique d'amateurs le National in 1910 when the Club Athletique-Canadien, owned by George Kennedy purchased the Montreal Canadiens professional ice hockey team.[1] Lecours became the second head coach of the Montreal Canadiens. He coached the team for only the one season 1910–11. His record that one year was 8-8-0. He demanded a raise in pay and was replaced by Napoléon Dorval.


  1. ^ Bonneau, Line; Hafsi, Taieb (1996). Sam Pollock et le Canadien de Montreal: Une Gestion du Corps et de l'Ame. PUQ. p. 36. ISBN 978-2-7605-0859-0. 
Preceded by
Jack Laviolette
Head coach of the Montreal Canadiens
Succeeded by
Napoléon Dorval