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A Michel Therrien is a former head coach in the National Hockey League (NHL). After a first stint as bench boss of the Montreal Canadiens, he was hired by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2005-2006 to coach a team led by superstar Mario Lemieux and a young rookie sensation by the name of Sidney Crosby, arguably the best active player in the game. Under Michel, the “Pens” reached the Stanley Cup finals in 2007-08. Three years after his dismissal in Pittsburgh, he came back to the Canadiens in 2012 and guided the squad to three-straight playoff appearances, including the 2014 Eastern Conference Final.
- 814 games coached in the NHL
- 406 wins; 71 wins in the playoffs
- Winner of the Memorial Cup as head coach of the Granby Predateurs in 1995-96
- Reached Stanley Cup finals in 2007-2008