Staff Profile

Jacques Martin
Associate Coach, Team Canada

Coaching/Management Background

Ottawa Senators
- Entering the 2000-2001 season as his fifth full season as Head Coach of the Ottawa Senators of the NHL (January 24, 1996-present)

- Awarded the Jack Adams Trophy as NHL Coach - of - the - Year in 1998-99 after guiding the club to a franchise-record 103-point season and its first Northeast Division championship

- Nominated for the Jack Adams Trophy in 1996-1997

- Directing the club to a 77-point season and its first playoff appearance in franchise history, in his first season with the Sens (1996-97)

- In 1999-2000, Martin led the Senators to a 95-point season and their fourth consecutive post - season appearance

Colorado Avalanche/Quebec Nordiques
- Joined the Senators from the 1996 Stanley Cup-champion Colorado Avalanche, where he served as an assistant coach to Marc Crawford through the first half of the season
- Was an Assistant coach with the Colorado Avalanche/Quebec Nordiques (1990-93, 1994-96)

St. Louis Blues
- Entered the NHL as head coach of the St. Louis Blues in 1986-87 and 1987-8
- Led the Blues to the Norris Division Championship in his rookie season as coach

Chicago Blackhawks
- Spent two years as an assistant coach under Mike Keenan (1988-90)

Other

- Head Coach, Cornwall Aces (AHL) (1993-94)

- Joined the Blues after guiding the Ontario Hockey League's Guelph Platers (now operating out of Owen Sound, Ontario) to the 1986 Memorial Cup Championship

- Was named OHL Coach - of - the - Year in 1986 with the Platers

Personal

- Jacques and his wife Patricia have two daughters, Angela and Nathalee
- Birthdate: 10/1/52