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Current CoachesEdit

stats to the start of 2016-17 season

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Coach Team Years GP W L T OTL Pts GP W L
Ken Pearson Winkler Flyers 14 770 443 254 14 59 959 117 60 57
Blake Spiller Portage Terriers 10 612 412 147 4 49 877 112 82 30
Barry Butler Waywayseecappo Wolverines 14 866 314 478 15 59 702 41 13 28
Doug Hedley OCN Blizzard 9 514 282 189 19 24 611 49 22 27
Paul Dyck Steinbach Pistons 5 266 161 84 0 21 343 60 34 26
Troy Leslie Virden Oil Capitals 4 240 117 99 0 24 258 27 11 16
Billy Keane Winnipeg Blues 3 181 83 84 4 10 180 18 8 10
Erik Petersen Swan Valley Stampeders 3 180 77 85 0 18 172 16 4 12
Marc Berry Dauphin Kings 1 31 10 17 0 4 24 2 0 2
Jeff Mitchell Selkirk Steelers 1 9 3 2 0 4 10 6 2 4
Dustin Howden Neepawa Natives 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Most WinsEdit

Rank Coach Games Wins
1 Doug Stokes 1226 670
2 Don MacGillivray 1234 669
3 Ken Pearson 770 443
4 Blake Spiller 612 412
5 Marlin Murray 556 348
6 Bruce Schmidt 713 347
7 Barry Butler 866 314
8 Jeff Wiest 521 300
9 Doug Hedley 514 282
10 Bill Allum 524 245
Al Hares 425 245

ChampionshipsEdit

Turnbull Cup (Manitoba)
Blake Spiller (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 & 2016)
Walter Monson (1946, 1948, 1951, & 1952)
Al Hares (1975, 1980, & 1985) & Doug Stokes (1989, 1995, & 2004).
Harry Neil (1935 & 1937) and in 1932 as co-coach with Fred Maxwell.
Hoss Nicholson (1947 & 1955), Max Pilous (1956 & 1958), Ron Maxwell (1963 & 1964),
Bill Allum (1959 & 1965), George Dorman (1974 & 1978), Graham James (1982 & 1986),
Peter Derksen (1991 & 1992), Wayne Chernecki (1996 & 1997), Kerry Clark (2000 & 2001),
Glen Watson (2002 & 2003), Don MacGillivray (2005 & 2014).
Fred Maxwell (1930) and in 1932 as co-coach with Harry Neil.
Mike Goodman (1919), Stan Kennedy (1920), Connie Neil (1921), Hal Moulden (1923), B. Marples (1929),
Jack Hughes (1931), Frank Frederickson (1933), Sandy Sanderson (1934), Cecil Browne (1936),
Mike Kryschuk (1938), Jimmy Creighton (1939), Bobby Benson (1940), Lorne Northcott (1941),
Addie Bell (1942), Bob Kinnear (1943), Ken Moore (1944), Art Barnet (1945), Bill MacKenzie (1949),
Les Cunningham (1950), Bryan Hextall (1953), Buster Stewart (1954), Bill Leask (1957), Jake Milford (1960), Gord Pennell (1961), Ollie Dorohoy (1962), Jack Bownass (1966), Paddy Ginnell (1967), Jim Walker (1968), Stymie Love (1969), Neil Kabel (1970), Al Tresoor (1971), Steve Hawrysh (1972), Murray MacPherson (1973), Doug Baldwin (1976), Larry Billows (1977), Bob Woytowich (1979), Joe Cyr (1981), Jeff McDill (1983),
Don Pankewich (1984), Frank Porco (1987), Bob Thomson (1988), Wayne Coxworth (1990),
Lyle Stokotelny (1993), Bruce Schmidt (1994), Jeff Wiest (1998), Gardiner MacDougall (1999),
Ken Pearson (2006), Keith Cassidy (2007), Marlin Murray (2010), & Paul Dyck (2013).
unknown 1918, 1922, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928.

Anavet Cup (Manitoba / Saskatchewan)
pre cup Al Tresoor (1971) & Murray MacPherson (1973).
George Dorman (1974), Al Hares (1975), Jeff McDill (1983), Graham James (1986),
Peter Derksen (1992), Doug Stokes (1995), Glen Watson (2002), Don MacGillivray (2005),
Keith Cassidy (2007), Marlin Murray (2010), & Blake Spiller (2011).

Abbott Cup (Western Canada)
Harry Neil (1935 & 1937) and in 1932 as co-coach with Fred Maxwell.
Walter Monson (1946 & 1951).
Stan Kennedy (1920), Connie Neil (1921), Hal Moulden (1923), B. Marples (1929),
Jack Hughes (1931), Mike Kryschuk (1938), Bobby Benson (1940), Lorne Northcott (1941),
Addie Bell (1942), Bob Kinnear (1943), Bill MacKenzie (1949), Bryan Hextall (1953),
Bill Allum (1959), Murray MacPherson (1973), George Dorman (1974), & Doug Stokes (1995).

Memorial Cup Championships (Canada)
Harry Neil (1935 & 1937).
Connie Neil (1921), Hal Moulden (1923), Jack Hughes (1931), Mike Kryschuk (1938),
Lorne Northcott (1941), Addie Bell (1942), Bob Kinnear (1943), Walter Monson (1946), & Bill Allum (1959).

Centennial Cup Championships (Canada)
Murray MacPherson (1973) & George Dorman (1974).

RBC Cup Championships (Canada)
Blake Spiller (2015).

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