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Michael Edward Keenan (born October 21, 1949 in Bowmanville, Ontario) is the current head coach of the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League. Keenan was a player for St. Lawrence University (1969–72), the University of Toronto (1972–73), the Roanoke Valley Rebels (1973–74), and the Whitby Warriors (1976–77) He has served as the coach of various NHL teams.

Career record

Regular season points (Pts) contained in brackets () denote the team's standing after the full season, not the amount of points accrued at the time Keenan was fired.

Team Year Regular season Post season
G W L T OTL Pts Finish W L Win % Result
PHI 1984–85 80 53 20 7 113 1st in Patrick Division 12 7 .632 Runner-up
PHI 1985–86 80 53 23 4 110 1st in Patrick Division 2 3 .400 Preliminary round
PHI 1986–87 80 46 26 8 100 1st in Patrick Division 15 11 .577 Runner up
PHI 1987–88 80 38 33 9 85 2nd in Patrick Division 3 4 .429 Division semi-finalist
PHI Total 320 190 102 28 408 32 25 .561 4 playoff appearances
CHI 1988–89 80 27 41 12 66 4th in Norris Division 9 7 .563 Conference finalist
CHI 1989–90 80 41 33 6 88 1st in Norris Division 10 10 .500 Conference finalist
CHI 1990–91 80 49 23 8 106 1st in Norris Division 2 4 .333 Division semi-finalist
CHI 1991–92 80 36 29 15 87 2nd in Norris Division 12 6 .667 Runner up
CHI Total 320 153 126 41 347 33 27 .550 4 playoff appearances
NYR 1993–94 84 52 24 8 112 1st in Atlantic 16 7 .696 Won Stanley Cup
NYR Total 84 52 24 8 112 16 7 .696 1 playoff appearance
1 Stanley Cup Championship
STL 1994–95 48 29 15 5 63 2nd in Central 3 4 .429 Conference quarter-finalist
STL 1995–96 82 32 34 16 80 4th in Central 7 6 .538 Conference semi-finalist
STL 1996–97 33 15 17 1 (83) 4th in Central (Fired)
STL Total 163 75 66 22 172 10 10 .500 2 playoff appearances
VAN 1997–98 63 21 30 12 (64) 7th in Pacific Missed playoffs
VAN 1998–99 45 15 24 6 (58) 4th in Northwest (Fired)
VAN Total 108 36 54 18 90
BOS 2000–01 74 33 26 7 8 81 4th in Northeast (Resigned)
BOS Total 74 33 26 7 8 (88)
FLA 2001–02 56 16 29 8 3 (60) 4th in Southeast Missed playoffs
FLA 2002–03 82 24 36 13 9 70 4th in Southeast Missed playoffs
FLA 2003–04 15 5 8 2 0 (75) 4th in Southeast (Resigned)
FLA Total 153 45 73 23 12 125
CGY 2007–08 82 42 30 10 94 3rd in Northwest 3 4 .429 Conference quarter-finalist
CGY 2008–09 82 46 30 6 98 2nd in Northwest 2 2 .500 Conference quarter-finalist
CGY Total 164 88 60 16 192 3 5 .375 2 playoff appearances
Career Total 1386 672 531 147 36 1,429 96 75 .561
Preceded by
Bob McCammon
Philadelphia Flyers head coaches
1984–88
Succeeded by
Paul Holmgren
Preceded by
Bryan Murray
Winner of the Jack Adams Award
1985
Succeeded by
Glen Sather
Preceded by
Bob Murdoch
Chicago Blackhawks head coaches
1988–92
Succeeded by
Darryl Sutter
Preceded by
Ron Smith
New York Rangers head coaches
1993–94
Succeeded by
Colin Campbell
Preceded by
Bob Berry
St. Louis Blues head coaches
1994–97
Succeeded by
Jimmy Roberts
Preceded by
Tom Renney
Vancouver Canucks head coaches
1997–99
Succeeded by
Marc Crawford
Preceded by
Pat Burns
Boston Bruins head coaches
2000–01
Succeeded by
Robbie Ftorek
Preceded by
Duane Sutter
Florida Panthers head coaches
2001–04
Succeeded by
Rick Dudley
Preceded by
Rick Dudley
Florida Panthers general managers
2004–06
Succeeded by
Jacques Martin
Preceded by
Jim Playfair
Calgary Flames head coaches
2007 – present
Incumbent
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