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Tom Renney: For The Record

Hockey Canada has scheduled a Tuesday media conference at which is expected Tom Renney will be introduced as the new president and CEO, succeeding Bob Nicholson.

Career hockey man has plenty of NHL and international plaudits

Tom Renney was hired Tuesday as the president and chief executive officer of Hockey Canada, succeeding Bob Nicholson. (CBC Sports/Getty Images)

Tom Renney will be named Hockey Canada president and CEO, a source tells The Canadian Press.

Renney, most recently an associate coach on Mike Babcock's staff with the Detroit Red Wings, will replace Bob Nicholson, who resigned earlier this year.

The announcement is expected to take place Tuesday in Calgary.

Tom Renney Resume 

Name: Tom Renney 

Birthdate: March 1, 1955

Hometown: Cranbrook, B.C.

Personal: Married to Danny Gare's sister, Glenda

1990-92
  • 2 Presidents Cups
  • 1 Memorial Cup
  • 101-37-6 record
1992-94
  • Head coach 
  • 1994 Olympic silver
1996-98
  • Head coach 
  • 39-53-9 record 
1998-99
  • VP hockey operations
  • 1999 World Jrs silver
2003-09
  • Player personnel director
  • VP player development
  • Assistant coach 
  • Head coach
  • 164-117-46 record
2004-05
  • Assistant coach 
  • 2004 World gold
  • 2005 World silver 
2009-12
  • Associate coach
  • Head coach
  • 57-85-22 overall 
2012-14
  • Associate coach

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