The Terry Flanagan Award is given each year by the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) to an assistant hockey coach. The award is intended to recognize the coach's entire body of work, not just his performance in one season.[1] The first recipient was Terry Flanagan, an assistant coach at Bowling Green.[1]

The award's recipients:[1][2][3]

Year Recipient Program(s)
1997 Terry Flanagan Bowling Green
1998 Bob Saunders Holy Cross, RPI, UMass–Boston, Northeastern
1999 Glenn Kulyk Minnesota–Duluth
2000 Mel Pearson Michigan
2001 Brian Durocher Boston University
2002 Kevin Houle SUNY Plattsburgh
2003 Stu Irving Merrimack
2004 Tom Newton Western Michigan, Michigan State
2005 Grant Standbrook Maine
2006 Bill Powers Michigan
2007 David Lassonde New Hampshire, Miami (OH), Wisconsin
2008 Dave Peters Providence, Dartmouth
2009 Steve Miller Miami, Denver
2010 Andy Slaggert Notre Dame
2011 Brian Hills RIT, Bowling Green
2012 Drew Famulak Ferris State University
2013 Mike Cavanaugh Boston College
2014 Steve Mattson Norwich University

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Venniro, Joe (January 24, 2011). Men's hockey Associate Head Coach Brian Hills to be honored with the 2011 Terry Flanagan Award. RIT Athletics. Archived from the original on January 25, 2011. Retrieved on January 25, 2011.
  2. Awards :: Retrieved on January 25, 2010.
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