Bob Boucher (ice hockey)

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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.[1] 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.


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