Peter Philip Laviolette Jr. is an American professional ice hockey head coach for the Washington Capitals and former player. He was previously the head coach of the New York Islanders, Carolina Hurricanes, Nashville Predators, and Philadelphia Flyers. He coached the Hurricanes to a Stanley Cup win in 2006, and later coached the Flyers to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010, and the Predators in 2017. Laviolette is the fourth coach in NHL history to lead three teams to the Stanley Cup Finals. He played twelve NHL games, all with the New York Rangers.
|Born:||December 7, 1964, Franklin, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Ice hockey coach, player|
About Peter Laviolette
NHL coach who led the Carolina Hurricanes to a Stanley Cup Championship in 2006.
Peter Laviolette Before Fame
He only played 12 games in the NHL, all for the New York Rangers.
Achievement of Peter Laviolette
He had a great coaching track record in the AHL which eventually led to an assistant coaching job with the Boston Bruins.
Peter Laviolette Family Life
He has two sons, Peter III and Jack, and one daughter, Elisabeth, with his wife Kristen.
Associations of Peter Laviolette
He coached All Star center Eric Staal on the Carolina Hurricanes from 2005 to 2009.
Information related to Peter Laviolette
- Nashville Predators coaches
- United States men's national ice hockey team coaches
- Westfield State University alumni
- Denver Rangers players
- Colorado Rangers players
- Carolina Hurricanes coaches
- Indianapolis Checkers players
- Washington Capitals coaches
- ECHL coaches
- Boston Bruins coaches
- Philadelphia Flyers coaches
- New York Islanders coaches
- Flint Spirits players
- Binghamton Rangers players
- San Diego Gulls (IHL) players
- American ice hockey coaches
- Ice hockey players at the 1988 Winter Olympics
- Ice hockey players at the 1994 Winter Olympics
- Olympic ice hockey players of the United States
- Ice hockey people from Massachusetts
- Providence Bruins players