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Mark Morris
Born March 31 1958 (1958-03-31) (age 58),
Massena, NY, USA
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
175 lb (79 kg; 12 st 7 lb)
Position Defence
Pro clubs New Haven Nighthawks (AHL)
Dallas Black Hawks (CHL)
NHL Draft Undrafted
Playing career 1981–1984


Mark Morris
Career highlights
Playing career

Mark Morris (born March 31, 1958) is a American former professional ice hockey defenceman. He is currently the head coach for the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Morris played four seasons (19811984) of professional hockey, mostly with the New Haven Nighthawks of the American Hockey League (AHL), where he scored 9 goals and 33 assists for 42 points, with 146 penalty minutes, in 156 AHL games played.

Following his playing career, Morris turned to coaching and found his way to Clarkson. He became the Golden Knights most successful coach winning more games, regular season titles, tournament titles and reaching more NCAA tournaments than anyone in school history.[1] In November 2002, Morris was fired from his coaching position at Clarkson University following an on-ice incident with one of his own players during a practice.[2]

In professional hockey, Morris began his coaching career under Marc Crawford, serving from February 2003 to April 2003 as the Special Assistant Coach/Interim Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Vancouver Canucks of the NHL.

Morris has been in his current position as head coach for the Manchester Monarchs of the AHL since the 2006–07 season, and now holds the title for the winningest coach in the Monarchs' history.[3]

College Head Coaching record[4]Edit

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Clarkson Golden Knights (ECAC Hockey) (1988–89–2002-03)
1988-89 Clarkson 16-13-3 13-7-2 4th ECAC Quarterfinals
1989-90 Clarkson 21-11-3 12-7-3 t-3rd ECAC Semifinals
1990-91 Clarkson 29-9-2 15-5-2 1st NCAA Frozen Four
1991-92 Clarkson 22-10-1 16-6-1 t-2nd ECAC Semifinals
1992-93 Clarkson 20-10-5 12-6-4 t-3rd NCAA East Regional Quarterfinals
1993-94 Clarkson 20-9-5 13-5-4 2nd ECAC Third Place Game (Win)
1994-95 Clarkson 23-10-4 14-5-3 1st NCAA East Regional Quarterfinals
1995-96 Clarkson 25-10-3 16-4-2 2nd NCAA East Regional Semifinals
1996-97 Clarkson 27-10-0 17-5-0 1st NCAA East Regional Semifinals
1997-98 Clarkson 23-9-3 16-4-2 2nd NCAA East Regional Quarterfinals
1998-99 Clarkson 25-11-1 18-4-0 1st NCAA East Regional Semifinals
1999-00 Clarkson 17-15-3 9-8-3 t-4th ECAC Four vs. Five
2000-01 Clarkson 21-11-3 15-5-2 1st ECAC Quarterfinals
2001-02 Clarkson 17-15-6 11-6-5 2nd ECAC Third Place Game (Loss)
2002-03 Clarkson 0-3-0 † 0-1-0 †
Clarkson: 306-156-42 198-78-34
Total: 306-156-42

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

† Morris Was fired mid-season


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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Terry Slater
Don Vaughan
Tim Taylor Award
Succeeded by
Tim Taylor
Mike Schafer

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