Thomas Renney is the chief executive officer of Hockey Canada. He was previously an associate coach with the National Hockey League's Detroit Red Wings and also served as head coach of the Vancouver Canucks, New York Rangers, and Edmonton Oilers. Renney began his coaching career in the major junior Western Hockey League, capturing a Memorial Cup in his two-year stint with the Kamloops Blazers. In addition to the Rangers, he has also previously coached the Vancouver Canucks for two seasons. He has participated in the coaching staff for Team Canada on numerous occasions, capturing a silver medal as the head coach at the 1994 Winter Olympics.
|Born:||March 1, 1955, Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada|
|Previous team(s):||Detroit Red Wings, Vancouver Canucks, New York Rangers, Edmonton Oilers|
|Stanley Cup wins:||0|
|Years as a coach:||12|
|Years as an NHL coach:||8|
About Tom Renney
Former hockey coach who spent eight years as a coach in the NHL with teams like the Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers. He later became the President and CEO of Hockey Canada.
Tom Renney Before Fame
He began his coaching career with the Kamloops Blazers in the Western Hockey League in 1990.
Achievement of Tom Renney
He led the Canadian national team to a silver medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Tom Renney Family Life
He married Glenda Gare, whose brother is retired NHL player Danny Gare.
Associations of Tom Renney
He was succeeded as head coach of the Edmonton Oilers by Ralph Krueger in 2012.
Information related to Tom Renney
- Vancouver Canucks coaches
- Edmonton Oilers coaches
- Detroit Red Wings coaches
- New York Rangers coaches
- Ice hockey people from British Columbia