Roderic Jean Brind'Amour is a former professional Canadian ice hockey player and coach. He is the head coach of Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey Federation. Brind'Amour played 20 seasons in the National Hockey League for St. Mary's. Louis Blues, Philadelphia Flyers and Carolina Hurricanes. He was the captain of the Hurricanes who won the franchise's first Stanley Cup Championship in 2006 .
|Born||August 09, 1970, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Occupation||Ice hockey coach, player|
NHL center who led the Carolina Hurricanes to a Stanley Cup Championship in 2006. He was selected to his only All-Star game in 1992 as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers and he received the Selke Trophy for the game's top defensive forward in 2006 and 2007.
He earned the nickname Rod the Bod at Michigan State University for his near-fanatical devotion to working out.
He became the assistant coach of the Carolina Panthers after retiring.
His parents are Bob and Linda. His second wife, Amy Biedenbach, was daughter of the former University of North Carolina basketball coach Eddie Biedenbach.
He and Conn Smythe winner Cam Ward keyed the Stanley Cup Championship run for the Hurricanes in 2006.
Coach of the Carolina Hurricanes. Winner of the Frank Selke Trophy. Captains of Hurricane Carolina. Alumni of the Athol Murray College of Notre-Dame. Men's ice hockey player from Michigan State Spartans. Retired National Hockey League players. Players of Carolina Hurricanes. St. John's Interim Options. Louis Blues. Ice hockey players at the 1998 Winter Olympics. Canadian Olympic ice hockey players. Franco-Ontarian. National All-Star Hockey. The ice hockey players come from British Columbia. Philadelphia Flyers players. St. Louis Blues players