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Pierre Pagé (born April 30, 1948 in St. Hermas, Quebecmarker, Canadamarker) is a former head coach in the National Hockey League. Page has coached the Minnesota North Stars, Quebec Nordiques, Calgary Flames and Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. His career record was 253 wins, 301 loses and 82 ties. He continued his coaching career in Europe where he coached in Switzerland (Ambri Piotta), Germany (Berlin Eisbären),and he is currently the Sporting Director and Head Coach of EC Red Bull Salzburg in the Erste Bank Hockey League in Austria. In Berlin, he lead the club to its first 2 championships. With Page behind the bench, the Red Bulls won the championship in 2008 and finished second in 2009 in a close series against Klagenfurt. Page spearheaded the IIDM—International Ice Hockey Development Model—in Salzburg with the Red Bulls, which aims to develop world class athletes with the help of the top notch training facilities provided at the Thalgau training center. More information on the Red Bulls can be found at

Other Highlights:- He was the general manager that traded Eric Lindros for Peter Forsberg, Ron Hextall, Steve Duchesne, Mike Ricci, Chris Simon, Kerry Huffman, 15 million dollars and many first round draft pick's from the Philadelphia Flyers. This transaction was crucial in securing the Nordiques future making them a contender after many years without success on the ice.

Coaching record

Team Year Regular Season Post Season
G W L T OTL Pts Finish Result
MGF 1984–85 80 32 40 8 - 72 6th in North Missed Playoffs
MIN 1988–89 80 27 37 16 - 70 3rd in Norris Lost in First Round
MIN 1989–90 80 36 40 4 - 76 4th in Norris Lost in First Round
QUE 1991–92 62 17 34 11 - (52) 5th in Adams Missed Playoffs
QUE 1992–93 84 47 27 10 - 104 2nd in Adams Lost in First Round
QUE 1993–94 84 34 42 8 - 76 5th in Northeast Missed Playoffs
CGY 1995–96 82 34 37 11 - 79 2nd in Pacific Lost in First Round
CGY 1996–97 82 32 41 9 - 73 5th in Pacific Missed Playoffs
ANA 1997–98 82 26 43 13 - 65 6th in Pacific Missed Playoffs

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