July 20, 1995
Pat Quinn, formerly the boys' basketball coach at Saddleback High School, has been hired to be the girls' coach at Woodbridge, Warriors Athletic Director Dave Cowen announced Wednesday. Quinn guided Saddleback to the 1989 Division I-AA championship game, where it lost to Long Beach Millikan. Quinn replaces Eric Bangs, who led Woodbridge to a 33-1 record and the State Division II title last season.
June 17, 1992 |
Mark Messier, the former Edmonton Oiler center who led the New York Rangers to the NHL's best regular-season record, was named winner of the league's most-valuable-player award on Tuesday. It was the second time in three years that the Hart Trophy had gone to Messier, who won it in 1990 when he led Edmonton to the Stanley Cup title. The Rangers were eliminated in the second round of the playoffs by the two-time NHL champion Pittsburgh Penguins.
March 29, 1996 |
Pat Quinn looked around for a coach who could right the Vancouver ship, then glanced in the mirror and reappointed himself. Quinn fired Rick Ley as coach on Thursday with six games left in the regular season and will return behind the bench tonight for a home game against the Chicago Blackhawks, taking time off from his general manager duties to lead Vancouver into the playoffs.
December 10, 1992
Saddleback 1991-92 RECORDS OVERALL: 14-11 LEAGUE: 6-4 COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL Pat Quinn: 180-155 RETURNING STARTERS YR. HGT. P Chris Bradshaw Jr. 5-11 G Chris Caringal Sr. 5-9 G Rob Holloway Jr. 6-4 F TOP RETURNERS YR. HGT. P Dan Cassidy Sr. 6-5 C Brian Johnson Jr. 6-3 F TOP NEWCOMERS YR. HGT. P Bob Dreyer Fr. 6-4 F Hector Gallarzo Sr. 5-11 G Matt Lete Jr. 5-9 G Mel Lete Jr. 5-9 G Mizael Montanez Sr. 5-9 G OUTLOOK The Roadrunners will present plenty of problems with their quickness.
February 10, 1987 |
The Vancouver Canucks and Pat Quinn, former coach of the Kings, are appealing the National Hockey League sanctions against them to the league's Board of Governors, which will meet here this week. An appeal is the first step in correcting what the Canucks and Quinn see as the injustice of NHL President John Ziegler's decision Jan.
January 11, 1987 |
As some points become clear, still more become hazy in the strange case of the National Hockey's League's expulsion of Pat Quinn. Late Friday night, the Vancouver Canucks cleared up one detail when they admitted that last month they and the Kings' coach reached an agreement for Quinn to become the club's president and general manager at a future date. Norm Jewison, public relations director for the Canucks, said Saturday that the team's agreement with Quinn was concluded Dec.
February 1, 1991 |
Bob McCammon was fired as coach of the Vancouver Canucks after the team battled back for a 3-3 tie Thursday night against the New York Rangers at Vancouver. Pat Quinn, team president and general manager, said he will replace McCammon behind the bench Saturday against the Kings in Los Angeles. McCammon was in his fourth season as coach of the Canucks. Vancouver (19-30-5) is winless in five games and last in the Smythe Division.
May 23, 2002 |
Pat Quinn remained hospitalized Wednesday with an irregular heartbeat as the Toronto Maple Leafs prepared to go at least one more game of the Eastern Conference finals without their coach behind the bench. "He's undergoing more tests and he will remain in the hospital until his heart is in regular rhythm for a long enough period of time that doctors believe it will remain in regular rhythm," Maple Leaf President Ken Dryden said Wednesday.