The 30 greatest players turned coaches

[post_page_title]Jacques Lemaire[/post_page_title]
The long-time Canadiens center went on to have an incredibly successful career on both the ice and as a coach. Lemaire won eight Stanley Cups during his 12 seasons playing for Montreal, scoring 366 goals and adding 469 assists. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1984. As a coach, Lemaire found success with the New Jersey Devils, coaching the team during two separate stints, and leading them to the 1995 Stanley Cup. He also won the Jack Adams Award, for coach of the year, twice in 1994 and 2003. He retired with a 656-293-255 record as a coach.

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