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Stan Moore is a retired American ice hockey player and coach. Immediately after graduating from Oswego State in 1978 Moore embarked on a coaching career, taking him to a myriad of programs throughout the Northeastern United States. While he spent the majority of his career as an assistant coach Moore has, on three separate occasions, been the head coach of a college program; first with Union for two seasons, and then as an interim coach for both Colgate and Colby, each for only one season. Despite the short time he spent as a head coach, Moore has received the ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year Award twice and won a conference regular season title.
|Union Skating Dutchmen (ECAC Hockey) (1996–97–1997–98)|
|Colgate Red Raiders (ECAC Hockey) (2003–04)|
|2003–04||Colgate||22-12-5||14-6-2||1st||ECAC Third Place Game (Win)|
|Colby Mules (NESCAC) (2011–12)|
Conference Regular Season Champion
Conference Tournament Champion
- Stan Moore's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database / Stan Moore's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Stan Moore's career statistics at Elite Prospects
|Awards and achievements|
|Tim Taylor Award|
| Succeeded by|
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