Mike Haviland

Mike Haviland (born July 24, 1967) is the head coach for the Colorado College Tigers of the NCHC. Previously he was head coach of the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League. Previously, he was an assistant coach for the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League from 2008–2012, where he won the Stanley Cup in 2010.[1]

Mike Haviland
Haviland in 2011
Current position
Titlehead coach
TeamColorado College
ConferenceNCHC
Biographical details
Born (1967-07-24) July 24, 1967
Middletown, NJ, USA
Playing career
1986–1990Elmira College
1989–1990Binghamton Whalers
1990–1991Richmond Renegades
1990–1991Winston-Salem Thunderbirds
Position(s)Forward
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1999–2001Trenton Titans (assistant)
2001–2004Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
2004–2005Trenton Titans
2005–2007Norfolk Admirals
2007–2008Rockford Ice Hogs
2008–2012Chicago Blackhawks (assistant)
2012–2013Norfolk Admirals (associate)
2013–2014Hershey Bears
2014–PresentColorado College
Head coaching record
Overall52–116–17 (.327) [College]
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
2003 Kelly Cup
2005 Kelly Cup
2010 Stanley Cup (assistant)
Awards
2007 Louis A. R. Pieri Memorial Award

Haviland was named the American Hockey League's Coach of Year, winning the Louis A. R. Pieri Memorial Award for the 2006–07 AHL season, while serving as head coach of the Norfolk Admirals.[2]

On June 18, 2013 it was announced that Haviland would take over as head coach of the Bears, replacing Mark French.

On May 9, 2014 Haviland was named Head Coach of the Colorado College Tigers replacing Scott Owens.

Head coaching record

College

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Colorado College Tigers (NCHC) (2014–present)
2014–15 Colorado College 6–26–32–19–3–18thNCHC First Round
2015–16 Colorado College 6–29–14–19–1–08thNCHC Quarterfinals
2016–17 Colorado College 8–24–44–16–48thNCHC Quarterfinals
2017–18 Colorado College 15–17–58–12–4t-5thNCHC Quarterfinals
2018–19 Colorado College 17–20–49–12–3–06thNCHC Third Place Game (Loss)
Colorado College: 52–116–1727–78–16
Total:52–116–17

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

References

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