Mike Babcock

Michael Babcock Jr. is a former head coach of a professional hockey team in Canada. He was most recently the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL). He previously coached the Detroit Red Wings for ten seasons, winning the Stanley Cup in 2008 and advancing to the Stanley Cup Playoffs every year.
As of November 2019, he is the only coach in the Triple Gold Club, having won the Stanley Cup with the Red Wings in 2008 and gold with Team Canada at the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships in 2004, the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
He was recently fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs, marking the first time he has been fired in his professional coaching career.

Mike Babcock, the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, has been fired

The Toronto Maple Leafs fired coach Mike Babcock on Wednesday and replaced him with Sheldon Keefe. This season, Babcock guided the Leafs to a 9-10-4 record, including a 0-5-1 mark in their last six games, including five straight regulation losses. “Mike has played an instrumental role in changing the direction of our franchise over parts of the last five seasons,” Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan said in a statement. Babcock had a strong resume when he arrived in Toronto, having won the Stanley Cup with the Detroit Red Wings in 2008 and two Olympic gold medals with Canada in 2010 and 2014. After guiding the Marlies to a 199-89-31 record, Keefe was voted AHL Coach of the Year twice. He helped the Marlies secure their first Calder Cup championship in 2018.

How old is Mike Babcock? Age, Parents, Family, Education

Mike Babcock was born in Manitouwadge, Ontario, Canada, on April 29, 1963. He was born and raised in the Saskatchewan city of Saskatoon. He spent the majority of his childhood moving between Northern Ontario, Manitoba, and the Northwest Territories until his family settled in Saskatoon, which he considers his birthplace, in 1975.

His ethnicity is White, and he is a Canadian citizen. When he was born, his parents were Mike Babcock Sr. and Gail Babcock. His three sisters are Patricia, Karen, and Katherine. He attended both St. James Elementary School (now closed) and Holy Cross High School on Saskatoon’s east side.

He is a devout follower of Christ. In 2019, he celebrated his 56th birthday with his parents.

How tall is Mike Babcock? Height, Weight

Mike Babcock, despite being fifty-six years old, is a very handsome man with a charming personality. He has an impressive stature. His exact height, weight, and other body measurements, however, are currently unavailable.

It has yet to be revealed, but as soon as more information becomes available, it will be added. He has a slim build. His hair is black, and his eyes are as well. He was very conscientious about his physical well-being. In general, he has a well-balanced physique.

How did he pursue his career?

• He is one of four former McGill University hockey players to become an NHL coach.
• He is the second McGill hockey player to coach a Stanley Cup winner, following Lester Patrick, who did so in 2008.
• When the 2011-2012 season began, he had a regular-season coaching record of 798-540-148, including a 373-188-95 NHL record in eight seasons (two with Anaheim and six with Detroit).
•  In 1997, he guided Team Canada to gold medals at the World Junior Championships in Geneva, the 2004 IIHF World Hockey Championships in Prague, the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, and the 2016 World Cup of Hockey in Toronto.
•  He won a CIS national championship with the University of Lethbridge in 1994.
•  He was named head coach of Red Deer College in 1988, and he won the provincial collegiate championship and was named coach of the year in 1989.
•  He moved to the Western Hockey League (WHL) in 1991 and spent two years as the head coach of the Moose Jaw Warriors.
•  After that, he spent one season as the head coach of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.
• In 1994, he was named coach of the Western Hockey League’s Spokane Chiefs.
•  He had a regular-season record of 224-172-29, good for a.564 winning percentage, over six seasons.
• He led the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks to a 74-59-20-7 record in the American Hockey League from 2000 to 2001, including a franchise-high 41 wins and 95 points.
• On May 22, 2002, he was elected head coach of the NHL’s Mighty Ducks of Anaheim.
• With the Ducks, he went 15-6 in the Stanley Cup playoffs, leading them to the 2003 Stanley Cup Finals, where they were defeated in seven games by the New Jersey Devils.
• He was named head coach of the Detroit Red Wings on July 15, 2005.
• He led the Red Wings to a combined 162-56-28 regular-season record and a 28-18 playoff record in his first three seasons.
• On December 15, 2007, he earned his 200th NHL career win in a 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers during the 2007-2008 season.
• He was selected to lead the Western Conference in the All-Star Game.
• He led the Red Wings to another Stanley Cup victory, this time over the Pittsburgh Penguins, on June 4, 2008.
• He was also a finalist for the Jack Adams Award for the 2007-2008 season.
• He signed a three-year contract extension with the Red Wings in June 2008.
• The Red Wings reached the Stanley Cup Final for the second time in the 2008-2009 season but were defeated in seven games by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
• He signed a four-year deal with the Red Wings in October 2010, which would hold him with the team until the end of the 2014-2015 season.
• On April 8, 2014, he won his 414th game as head coach of the Red Wings.
• He became the second-fastest coach in NHL history to achieve 500 career wins as a head coach on December 6, 2014.
• On May 20, 2015, the Toronto Maple Leafs announced that he will be their new head coach.
• After signing an eight-year contract worth $50 million (an average of $6.25 million a season), he is expected to be the highest-paid coach in NHL history.
• He coached his 1,000th NHL game against the New Jersey Devils on February 4th, 2016.
• After a six-game losing streak, the Toronto Maple Leafs relieved Babcock of his duties on November 20th, 2019.
• Despite being picked to be a Stanley Cup contender before the season began, the team ended the season with a 9-10-4 record and was out of the playoffs when he was fired.
• This was the first time in Mike Babcock’s coaching career that he had been fired.

More about Mike Babcock Relationship

Mike Babcock is married and happy. His life partner was Maureen, his lovely wife. The couple’s three children, Alexandra, Michael III, and Taylor, are their pride and joy. He considers her to be a constant source of inspiration. They have a wonderful life together as a family.

He is blessed with a great family. He is not interested in any other affairs or partnerships. Though there aren’t many details on how they met, they are both married and happy. He is not gay and has a sexual identity of heterosexual.

What is the Net worth of Mike Babcock?

The net worth of this well-known coach is probably in the millions, but it has yet to be revealed. His exact remuneration is also being looked at. His primary source of income is as a hockey coach. He is committed to his career.

Mike Babcock is a consummate professional who genuinely enjoys his work and never takes it for granted. He is content with whatever is offered to him. He has achieved considerable success in his professional life. His personal belongings include a large home and a high-end automobile.

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