BREAKING: Former Stanley Cup winner head coach gets a new job behind the bench!

Former Jack Adams winner is now back with a new team!

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BREAKING: Former Stanley Cup winner head coach gets a new job behind the bench!

Former Jack Adams winner is now back with a new team!

An early report from Sportsnet confirms that the former Jack Adams winner Mike Keenan is now back with a new team.

Keenan had a tremendous career in the NHL. He coached the Philadelphia Flyers, the Chicago Blackhawks, the New York Rangers, the St. Louis Blues, the Vancouver Canucks, the Boston Bruins, the Florida Panthers and the Calgary Flames.

Keenan won the Stanley Cup in 1993–1994 with the New York Rangers. He was named the best coach of the year (Jack Adams trophy) in 1984–1985 season as he was coaching the Philadelphia Flyers.

The longtime NHL coach Mike Keenan has been hired by the Chinese team in KHL HC Kunlun Red Star. He now has an advisory role for the rest of the season and will be head coach next year.


Mike Keenan is a Canadian (Ontario) head coach. He is now 67-years-old and is expected to earn a higher salary than most NHL head coach according to The Athletics.