Head Coach Edmonton Oilers
The Edmonton Oilers announced the hiring of Dave Tippett as the 16th head coach in Oilers in 2019. The native of Moosomin, Saskatchewan also served as head coaches for Dallas and Phoenix. In Arizon he won the Jack Adams Award in 2010, presented to the NHL's top coach.
As a player, Dave Tippett appeared in 721 NHL games over 11 seasons with Hartford, Washington, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Internationally, Tippett represented Canada at two Olympic Games (1984, 1992), winning a silver medal at the 1992 Olympic Winter Games in Albertville, France.
Dave Tippett was also a member of Canada's coaching staff at three world championships, as a head coach in 2014 and an assistant coach in 2009 and 2013, winning a silver medal in 2009.
He and his wife Wendy have two daughters, Nicole and Natalie, along with three grandchildren.
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