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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on May 23rd, 2022

Bruce Allan Boudreau - Born January 9, 1955 in Toronto, Ontario is a Canadian retired ice Hockey centre and current head coach of Vancouver Canucks

- J. Ross Robertson Cup Champion 1975 with Toronto Marlboros.
- Memorial Cup Champion 1975 with Toronto Marlboros.
Boudreau was awarded the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as the top goal scorer for the 1974–75 OMJHL season.

Calder Cup finalist 1980 with New Brunswick Hawks and 1985 with Baltimore Skipjacks.

Turner Cup finalist 1991 with Fort Wayne Komets.

As a coach:
Turner Cup finalist 1994 with Fort Wayne Komets
- Kelly Cup Champion 1999 with Mississippi Sea Wolves.
- Calder Cup Champion 2006 with Hershey Bears.
Calder Cup finalist 2007 with Hershey Bears.

Jack Adams Award Winner 2007-08 with Washington Capitals.
- President's Trophy Champion 2009-10 with Washington Capitals.

Boudreau appeared as an extra in the 1977 Hockey movie Slap Shot, with his apartment at the time used in the film for Paul Newman's character......Reggie Dunlop.


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