John Brian Patrick "Pat" Quinn, OC - Born January 29, 1943 in Hamilton, Ontario – Died November 23, 2014 in Vancouver, British Columbia was a Canadian ice Hockey defenceman, head coach, general manager and executive.
- Memorial Cup Champion 1963 with Edmonton Oil Kings and 2007 as part owner of Vancouver Giants.
- Adams Cup Champion 1968 with Tulsa Oilers.
- Jack Adams Award winner as NHL coach of the year in 1980 with Philadelphia Flyers and 1992 with Vancouver Canucks.
- Stanley Cup finalist in 1980 with Philadelphia Flyers and 1994 with Vancouver Canucks.
- Winter Olympics Gold Medal Winner 2002 as coach of Team Canada.
- World Cup of Hockey Champion 2004 as coach of Team Canada.
- Spengler Cup finalist 2006 as coach of Team Canada.
- IIHF U18 Gold Medal Winner 2008 as coach of Team Canada.
- IIHF U20 Gold Medal Winner 2009 as coach of Team Canada.
Pat Quinn was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2016.
Pat Quinn is credited with popularizing the terms "upper body injury" and "lower body injury" to describe injuries to his players, terms which are now commonplace around the NHL.