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For other people named Ronald Kennedy, see Ronald Kennedy (disambiguation).
His last position was coaching for Innsbruck of the Austrian Hockey League.
His coaching career included:
- Medicine Hat Tigers (Western Hockey League)
- Villach, Austria - won the Austrian championship in his first year (1992–1994)
- New York Islanders assistant coach
- EC Hannover, Eisbären Berlin and ERC Ingolstadt (Deutsche Eishockey Liga)
- Head coach of the Austrian national team (1996–2002)
- Villach, Austria (second time)
- Innsbruck (Austria) and Bolzano (Italy)
- Canadian national team coach for the 2006 Deutschland Cup
- Trauer um Ron Kennedy - ERC Ingolstadt
- "Ron Kennedy's hockey statistics profile at hockeydb.com". hockeydb.com. 2008. Retrieved 2009-07-15.
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