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Stan Moore
Biographical details
Born Massena, NY, USA
Playing career
Position(s) Left Wing
Head coaching record
Overall 53-62-13 (.465)
Accomplishments and honors
2004 Hockey East Regular Season Champion
1997 ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year Award
2004 ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year Award

Stan Moore is a retired American ice hockey player and coach. Immediately after graduating from Oswego State in 1978 Moore embarked on a coaching career, taking him to a myriad of programs throughout the Northeastern United States.[1] While he spent the majority of his career as an assistant coach Moore has, on three separate occasions, been the head coach of a college program; first with Union for two seasons, and then as an interim coach for both Colgate and Colby, each for only one season.[2] Despite the short time he spent as a head coach, Moore has received the ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year Award twice[3] and won a conference regular season title.

College Head Coaching record[4][]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Union Skating Dutchmen (ECAC Hockey) (1996–97–1997–98)
1996–97 Union 18-13-3 11-8-3 t-5th ECAC Quarterfinals
1997–98 Union 6-22-4 4-15-3 12th
Union: 24-35-7 15-23-6
Colgate Red Raiders (ECAC Hockey) (2003–04)
2003–04 Colgate 22-12-5 14-6-2 1st ECAC Third Place Game (Win)
Colgate: 22-12-5
Colby Mules (NESCAC) (2011–12)
2011–12 Colby 7-15-1 4-13-1 10th
Colby: 7-15-1 4-13-1
Total: 53-62-13

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


  1. "Stan Moore", Providence Friars. Retrieved on 2014-08-17. 
  2. "Stan Moore Year-by-Year Coaching Record", Retrieved on 2014-08-17. 
  3. "ECAC Hockey Awards", College Hockey historical Archive. Retrieved on 2014-08-17. 
  4. "Colgate hockey Record Book", Colgate Raiders. Retrieved on 2014-08-16. 

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Joe Marsh
Mike Schafer
Tim Taylor Award
Succeeded by
Tim Taylor
Mike Schafer
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