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Binghamton Hockey Hall Of Fame

2017 Inductee

Steve Stirling
Center
Born Nov 19 1949 -- Clarkson, ONT
Height 5.09 -- Weight 160
Played 3 seasons with the ECAC's Boston University before turn pro.

Stirling enters having been a player with the Broome Dusters and a long-time head and assistant coach. He played with the Dusters from 1974-76 where he saw action in 70 total games. Overall, he played in seven professional seasons. He has held numerous college and pro coaching positions including two years as head coach of the National Hockey League's New York Islanders. He was an assistant coach with Binghamton's Calder Cup Championship team in 2011 and was an assitant up til the Senators departed Binghamton in 2017.

Assisant Coach Stirling turned into a inspriation for the Binghamton Senators during the 2010-11 Calder Cup finals just befor they were set to head to Houston, TX for games 6 and a possible game 7. Stirling after feeling ill and it did not end up being in indidestion, was sent to United Health Services Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City, N.Y. where a surgeon came out after surgury and explained that once they had gotten in they discovered they needed to do a quadruple bypass. The Senators went to Houston without their Assistant Coach and won game 6 to capture Binghamton's first championship ever.

You can a great article by Kate Krenzer, an AHL On The Beat story, 'Stirling back after health scare' on the AHL Website by clicking here.

Playing Stats
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM
1974-75 Broome Dusters NAHL 7 1 3 4 0
1975-76 Broome Dusters NAHL 63 24 42 66 35
70 25 45 70 35

Assistant Coaching Stats
Season Team Lge GP W L OTL SOL Pts Pct GF GA PIM
2010-11  Senators AHL 80 42 30 3 5 92 0.575 255 221 1225
2011-12 Senators AHL 76 29 40 5 2 65 0.428 201 243 1189
2012-13 Senators AHL 76 44 24 1 7 96 0.632 227 188 1409
2013-14 Senators AHL 76 44 24 3 5 96 0.632 276 232 1481
2014-15 Senators AHL 76 34 34 7 1 76 0.500 242 258 1620
2015-16 Senators AHL 76 31 38 6 1 69 0.454 204 241 1371
2016-17 Senators AHL 76 28 44 2 2 60 0.395 190 266 944
536 252 234 27 23 554 0.517 1595 1649 9239


 
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