List of Ottawa Senators (original) head coaches

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This is a list of the coaches of the Ottawa Hockey Club, later known as the Ottawa Senators, which existed from 1883. The list does not include coaches of the NHL franchise after it moved from Ottawa, or the Senators hockey team which existed from 1934 until 1954.

Pre-NHL era[edit]

In this early era, the captain of the club was the coach. No other individual was hired by the club.

Captains
Coaches

NHL era[edit]

This is a list of head coaches for the original Ottawa Senators club of the National Hockey League. This list does not include the current NHL Ottawa Senators.

  1. Eddie Gerard (1916–1918) (playing coach)
  2. Harry Hyland (1918–1919) (playing coach)[12]
  3. Pete Green (1919–1925)
  4. Alex Currie (1925–1926)
  5. Dave Gill (1926–1929)
  6. Newsy Lalonde (1929–1930)
  7. Newsy Lalonde and Dave Gill (1930–31)
  8. Cy Denneny (1932–1933)
  9. George Boucher (1933–1934)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Finnigan, Joan (1992). Old Scores, New Goals: The Story of the Ottawa Senators. Kingston, Ontario: Quarry Press. ISBN 1-55082-041-9. 
  • Kitchen, Paul (2008). Win, Tie or Wrangle. Manotick, Ontario: Penumbra Press. ISBN 978-1-897323-46-5. 
  1. ^ Kitchen, Paul (April 13, 1998). "It's true: Hockey players can be artistic: Alexei Yashin recently gave $1 million to the arts, while more than 100 years ago another Ottawa great also made a splash in the arts". Ottawa Citizen. pp. C3. 
  2. ^ "Ottawa Hockey Club". Ottawa Citizen. December 7, 1886. p. 6. 
  3. ^ "Ottawa Hockey Club". Ottawa Citizen. November 20, 1890. 
  4. ^ "Ottawa Journal article of dinner at Backcheck web site". Library and Archives Canada. Retrieved 2007-11-03. 
  5. ^ Finnigan(1992), p. 73
  6. ^ "Sports of all Sorts". The Globe. November 25, 1895. p. 6. 
  7. ^ "Sports of all Sorts". The Globe. November 14, 1896. p. 26. 
  8. ^ "Ottawa Club's Officers". The Globe. November 13, 1897. p. 22. 
  9. ^ "After the Puck". The Globe. December 7, 1899. p. 10. 
  10. ^ "After the Puck". The Globe. December 25, 1899. p. 8. 
  11. ^ Kitchen(2008), p. 100
  12. ^ Kitchen(2008), p. 209