Bob Hartley is a Canadian professional ice hockey coach. He is the current head coach of Avangard Omsk of the Kontinental Hockey League. He has additionally coached the Latvia men's national ice hockey team. He coached the Colorado Avalanche from 1998–2002 and won the Stanley Cup in 2001. He also coached the Atlanta Thrashers from the 2003–04 season up until the beginning of the 2007–08 season, when he was fired after the Thrashers got off to an 0–6 start. From 2012 to 2016, Hartley was the head coach of the Calgary Flames. Hartley was an ice hockey analyst for the French-language RDS television channel until 2011, when he became the head coach of the ZSC Lions of the Swiss National League A.
|Born:||September 7, 1960, Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada|
|Current position:||Head coach|
|Current team:||Avangard Omsk, Latvia men's national ice hockey team|
|Previous team(s):||Colorado Avalanche, Atlanta Thrashers, ZSC Lions, Calgary Flames|
|Stanley Cup wins:||1 (2000–01)|
|Years as a coach:||1990s–present|
|Years as an NHL coach:||1998–2007, 2012–2016|
|Years with current team:||2018–present|
About Bob Hartley
NHL coach who led the Colorado Avalanche to a Stanley Cup Championship in 2001. He became coach of the Calgary Flames in 2012 and he was awarded with the Jack Adams Trophy, the NHL's top coaching honor, in 2015.
Bob Hartley Before Fame
He began his coaching career with a junior A team in his hometown of Hawkesbury, Ontario.
Achievement of Bob Hartley
He began coaching the Atlanta Thrashers in 2003 and remained there until 2007 when he was fired after the team got off to a 0-6 start.
Bob Hartley Family Life
He has two children, Kristine and Steve, with his wife Micheline.
Associations of Bob Hartley
He coached Hall of Fame Center Joe Sakic on the Avalanche from 1998 to 2002.
Information related to Bob Hartley
- Atlanta Thrashers coaches
- Ottawa Senators broadcasters
- Hershey Bears coaches
- Colorado Avalanche coaches
- Jack Adams Award winners
- Calgary Flames coaches
- Franco-Ontarian people