Bob Boucher (ice hockey)
Robert "Bob" Boucher (March 23, 1938 – December 16, 2004) was a Canadian ice hockey player and coach. He is best known for coaching the Saint Mary's Huskies for 13 years, leading the Huskies to four straight national championship games. He served for two seasons as an assistant coach for the Philadelphia Flyers under head coach Pat Quinn. He died at age 66 after a short battle with lung cancer.
- "A Coach Remembered: The Bob Boucher Hockey Assistance Fund". Retrieved 2011-04-08.
- Bob Boucher career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
- The Bob Boucher Hockey Assistance Fund
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