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Herb Hammond
Biographical details
Born December 5, 1939(1939-12-05)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Died July 23 2009 (aged 69)
Fort Gratiot, Michigan, U.S.
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1968–1980 Oswego State
1980–1982 Plattsburgh State
1982–1988 Brown
1988–1989 Minnesota North Stars (scout)
1989–2000 New York Rangers (scout)
2001–2002 Montreal Canadiens (scout)
2002–2005 Minnesota Wild (scout)
2005–2006 Port Huron Flags (general manager)
Head coaching record
Overall 264–253–12
Accomplishments and honors
Awards
1981 Edward Jeremiah Award

Herbert B. Hammond (December 5, 1939 – July 23, 2009) was an American ice hockey coach and scout who led Brown for six seasons before beginning a professional career in the NHL.[1] Hammond started coaching at Oswego State in 1968 and remained there for 12 years before moving on to Plattsburgh State.[2] He took the Cardinals to the NCAA Division II National Title Game both years he was there (Losing to Lowell each time) and soon was offered the head coaching job at Brown. After six poor years Hammond left to become an NHL scout for 17 years and had his name etched on the Stanley Cup as part of the New York Rangers win in 1994 Stanley Cup Finals.[3] Hammond died in 2009 after a long fight with cancer.

Head coaching record[]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Oswego State Lakers (ECAC 2) (1968–1980)
1968–69 Oswego State 10–11–0
1969–70 Oswego State 12–11–0
1970–71 Oswego State 9–12–0
1971–72 Oswego State 8–14–1
1972–73 Oswego State 18–5–2
1973–74 Oswego State 14–11–0
1974–75 Oswego State 15–8–1
1975–76 Oswego State 17–8–1 ECAC 2 Quarterfinals
1976–77 Oswego State 15–10–0
1977–78 Oswego State 18–9–0 ECAC 2 West Quarterfinals
1978–79 Oswego State 13–15–0 ECAC 2 West Quarterfinals
1979–80 Oswego State 27–8–0 ECAC 2 West Champion
Oswego State: 176–122–5
Plattsburgh State Cardinals (ECAC 2) (1980–1982)
1980–81 Plattsburgh State 27–4–2 NCAA Runner-Up
1981–82 Plattsburgh State 25–13–2 NCAA Runner-Up
Plattsburgh State: 52–17–4
Brown Bears (ECAC Hockey) (1982–1988)
1982–83 Brown 3–21–1 2–18–1 16th
1983–84 Brown 6–19–1 5–15–1 t-15th
1984–85 Brown 9–17–0 6–15–0 9th
1985–86 Brown 4–19–0 3–18–0 12th
1986–87 Brown 11–16–0 9–13–0 8th ECAC Quarterfinals
1987–88 Brown 3–22–1 2–19–1 12th
Brown: 36–114–3 27–98–3
Total: 264–253–12

      National Champion         Conference Regular Season Champion         Conference Tournament Champion
      Conference Regular Season & Conference Tournament Champion       Conference Division Champion

[4]

References[]

  1. "Herbert B. Hammond, 69", SalemNews.com, 2009-07-25. Retrieved on 2014-08-13. 
  2. "Herb Hammond Year-by-Year Coaching Record", USCHO.com. Retrieved on 2014-08-13. 
  3. "Hockey icon Herb Hammond of Beverly dies", The Salem News, 2009-07-24. Retrieved on 2014-08-13. 
  4. "Brown Men's Hockey Season-by-Season Results", Brown Bears. Retrieved on 2014-08-13. 

External links[]

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Steve Stirling
Edward Jeremiah Award
1980–81
Succeeded by
Steve Stirling
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