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Binghamton Senators Coaches 03-04

John Paddock, Head Coach

As one of the most successful head coaches in AHL history, paddock returns to the AHL for his tenth season behind the bench as he takes the reigns of the top developmental club in the Ottawa system. Paddock is no stranger to the Southern Tier, having coached the New York Rangers top prospects in Binghamton during the 1990-91 season. He lead that squad to 44 regular season wins and in to the Calder Cup semifinals.

Paddock's 418 regular season victories is the most among active AHL coaches and ranks third all-time in the AHL. Paddock has coached three different team to Calder Cup championships (1983-84 Main Mariners, 1987-88 Hershey Bears, 1999-2000 Hartford Wolfpack) and became the first AHL coach to post eight consecutive 40-win seasons, going 41-29-10 with the Hartford Wolfpack in 2001-02. The Oak River, Manitoba native was named co-winner of the Louis A.R. Pieri Award as the AHL's Coach of the Year in 1988 and is the two-time recipient of 'The Hockey News' Minor Pro Coach of the Year honor (1986, 2000). As a player in the AHL, Paddock was part of back-to-back Calder Cup championships with the Maine Mariners in 1978 and 1979.

Paddock's experience also spans the NHL, spending six seasons in the Winnipeg Jets/Phoenix Coyotes organization both as a head coach (1991-95) and General Manager (1994-96). He also served as Assistant General Manager with the Philadelphia Flyers in 1989-90. 

Information on the page was derived from the Saturday, December 6th, 2003 edition of the Binghamton Senators Game Day Magazine.

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