Keith Allain

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Keith Allain
Sport(s) Ice hockey
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Yale Bulldogs
Conference ECAC
Record 173–105–29
Biographical details
Born (1958-09-26) September 26, 1958 (age 57)
Worcester, MA, USA
Alma mater Yale University
Playing career
1976–80 Yale Bulldogs
1980–82 Väsby IK
Position(s) Goaltender
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1984–85 Yale Bulldogs (Assistant)
1993–1997 Washington Capitals (Assistant)
2002–2003 Worcester IceCats (Goalie Coach)
2003 St. Louis Blues (Goalie Coach)
2003–2005 Worcester IceCats (Goalie Coach)
2005–2006 St. Louis Blues (Goalie Coach)
2006–Present Yale Bulldogs
Head coaching record
Overall 173–105–29
Tournaments 6–5 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Awards
Records
  • Most wins in one season in Yale history (28)

Keith Allain (born September 26, 1958) is an American ice hockey coach. He is currently the head coach of the Yale Bulldogs men's ice hockey team.[1] He took over the program following Tim Taylor in 2006. In 2013, he led Yale to its first ever NCAA men's ice hockey National Championship.

Allain, who played as a goaltender with the Yale Bulldogs men's ice hockey team, was an assistant coach in the National Hockey League with the Washington Capitals from 1993–1997, and also served as the goaltending coach for the St. Louis Blues from 1998 to 2006.[2]

Allian served as an assistant coach with the United States men's national ice hockey team at the 1992 and 2006 Winter Olympics.

Playing Career statistics[edit]

Regular season Postseason
Season Team League GP A PIM GAA SV% GP A PIM GAA SV%
1976–77 Yale Bulldogs ECAC Hockey 23 0 8 5.50
1977–78 Yale Bulldogs ECAC Hockey 20 0 0 4.38 .863
1978–79 Yale Bulldogs ECAC Hockey 16 0 0 4.56
1979–80 Yale Bulldogs ECAC Hockey 16 0 0 4.50
NCAA totals 39 0 8 4.79

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Yale (ECAC) (2006–07–Present)
2006–07 Yale 18–15–0 11–9–0 T-10th
2007–08 Yale 11–17–3 8–13–1 T-6th
2008–09 Yale 24–8–2 15–5–2 1st NCAA Regional Semifinals
2009–10 Yale 21–10–3 15–5–2 1st NCAA Regional Semifinals
2010–11 Yale 28–7–1 17–4–1 2nd NCAA Regional Finals
2011–12 Yale 16–16–3 10–10–2 6th
2012–13 Yale 18–12–3 12–9–1 3rd NCAA Champions
2013–14 Yale 17–11–5 10–8–4 T-5th
2014–15 Yale 18–10–5 12–6–4 3rd NCAA Regional Semifinals
2015–16 Yale 19–9–4 14–5–3 2nd NCAA Regional Semifinals
Total: 192–114–33

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Guy Gadowsky
Tim Taylor Award
2008–09
Succeeded by
Nate Leaman