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43 Facts About Barry Trotz
3. Barry Trotz is the new head coach of the New York Islanders.
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7. Barry Trotz is a Canadian professional ice hockey coach well known for coaching the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League.
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8. Barry Trotz was named to the Portland Pirates Hall of Fame in 2005,  and to the University of Manitoba Hall of Fame in 2001.
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9. Barry Trotz currently lives in Clarendon, Virginia, with his family: wife Kim and children Shalan, Tyson, Tiana and Nolan.
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10. On May 26, 2014, Barry Trotz was announced as the new head coach of the Washington Capitals.
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13. Barry Trotz led Portland back to the Calder Cup final in 1996, but fell to Rochester.
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17. Barry Trotz has coached the fifth-most games in NHL history and is 12 shy of tying Ken Hitchcock for fourth.
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18. Barry Trotz has 762 wins, making him the fifth-winningest coach in NHL history and second among active coaches.
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20. Barry Trotz said Clutterbuck was feeling a little better and would see how he's feeling Saturday before the Islanders begin a weekend back-to-back at Barclays Center.
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21. Barry Trotz was assistant coach for Canada at the IIHF World Championships three times: 2002, 2003 and 2009.
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23. Barry Trotz is well respected around the NHL for keeping his team focused.
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26. Barry Trotz began his coaching career as an assistant coach at the University of Manitoba in 1984.
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27. Barry Trotz said he realized his playing was not good enough for an NHL career, and started having doubts about his future.
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29. Barry Trotz was previously the coach of the American Hockey League's Baltimore Skipjacks and Portland Pirates, with whom he won an AHL championship in 1994.
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30. Barry Trotz was born on July 15, 1962 and is a Canadian professional ice hockey coach for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League.
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34. Barry Trotz had more lasting success after starting as a rookie coach with the expansion Nashville Predators in 1998, winning more than 500 games there over 14 seasons.
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35. Barry Trotz never had the chance to grieve his departure from the Washington Capitals.
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36. Barry Trotz reflects on whirlwind: From Capitals' Stanley Cup to resignation to Islanders' coach.
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37. Barry Trotz was named to the Portland Pirates Hall of Fame in 2005, and to the University of Manitoba Hall of Fame in 2001.
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38. Barry Trotz finished fourth in the Jack Adams Award voting at season's end, but was voted by his peers Sporting News NHL Coach of the Year.
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40. Barry Trotz became the head coach for the Capitals' minor league affiliate, the Baltimore Skipjacks, in 1992.
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41. Barry Trotz said he realized his playing was not good enough for an NHL career, and started having doubt about his future.
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42. Barry Trotz played his final year of junior hockey in his home town of Dauphin, Manitoba, where the Kings won the Manitoba Junior Hockey League title as well as the Anavet Cup.
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