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Calgary Flames Coaching History

With Glen Gulutzan being named the newest Head Coach in Calgary history, we look at who he's following.

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The Calgary Flames have announced that Glen Gulutzan is the newest and 16th coach in the team's history in Calgary. Here's a look at those who've preceded Gulutzan and how they fared in the Stampede City.

Coach Years Regular Season Post Season
Al MacNeil 1980-82 68-61-31 (.522%) 9-10 (.474%)
Bob Johnson 1982-87 193-155-52 (.548%) 25-27 (.481%)
Terry Crisp 1987-90 144-63-33 (.669%)

22-15 (.595%)

*1989 Stanley Cup Champion

Doug Risebrough 1990–1992 71-56-17 (.552) 3-4 (.429%)
Guy Charron 1992 6-7-3 (.469%) (none)
Dave King 1992–1995 109-76-31 (.576%) 8-12 (.400%)
Pierre Page 1995–1997 66-78-20 (.463%) 0-4 (.000%)
Brian Sutter 1997–2000 87-117-37-5 (.439%) (none)
Don Hay 2000–2001 23-28-13-4 (.463%) (none)
Greg Gilbert 2001–2003 42-56-17-6 (.442%) (none)
Al MacNeil 2003 4-5-2-0 (.422%) (none)
Darryl Sutter 2003–2006 107-73-15-15 (.581%) 18-15 (.545%)
Jim Playfair 2006–2007 43-29-10 (.524%) 2-4 (.333%)
Mike Keenan 2007–2009 88-60-16 (.585%) 5-8 (.385%)
Brent Sutter 2009–2012 118-90-38 (.557%) (none)
Bob Hartley 2012–2016 134-135-25 (.498%) 5-6 (.454%)