Randy Carlyle

Randy Carlyle

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Randy Carlyle

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Randolph Robert Carlyle (born April 19, 1956) is a former ice hockey defenceman and currently the head coach of the Anaheim Ducks. He was raised in Azilda, just northwest of Sudbury, Ontario.


Carlyle was drafted by the National Hockey League's Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1976 NHL Amateur Draft, 30th overall. He was also drafted by the Cincinnati Stingers in the 1976 WHA Amateur Draft, seventh overall. Carlyle played 17 seasons in the NHL with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Pittsburgh Penguins and Winnipeg Jets. He appeared in 1055 games and earned 647 points. Known as a fiery, tough-nosed defenceman, he was selected to play in four NHL All-Star Games, winning the Norris Trophy as the league’s top defenceman in 1981. At the conclusion of his playing career in 1993, Carlyle remained with the Jets organization, eventually becoming an assistant coach for the 1995–96 season. In 1989, Randy represented Canada at the World Hockey Championships in Stockholm. In that tournament, Carlyle failed the A sample of a drug test, but was cleared of any improper drug use when his B sample came back clean.

Carlyle spent six seasons (1996–2001 & 2004–2005) as head coach of the Manitoba Moose (both in the International and American Hockey Leagues), earning a career mark of 222–159–52–7 with the franchise. He had the additional duties of General Manager of the Moose from 1996–2000, adding the title of club President for the 2001–2002 season. He helped the Moose to a...
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