The Vancouver Canucks carried out management reforms on Sunday and fired their coach, assistant coach, general manager and assistant general manager.
In order to replace coach Travis Green, the Canucks hired former Capitals coach Bruce Budlow. Vancouver ranked fifth from the bottom in the NHL with 18 points and first from the bottom in the Western Pacific Division.
Since his first job in Washington about 15 years ago, Vancouver will be Boudreau’s fourth stop in the NHL. He served as an analyst at NHL Network this season.
Boudreau’s coaching career began in Washington in 2007. Before he was fired at the beginning of his fifth season, he led the Capitals to four consecutive division championships. He created a 201-88-40 record with the Capitals, but his team has never reached the conference finals.
After finishing in Washington, Boudreau coached Anaheim from 2011-12 to 2015-16 and Minnesota from 2016-17 to 2019-20. In the 2014-15 season, the Ducks reached the conference finals under the leadership of Boudreau. He was fired by the wild team at the end of the 2019-20 season. His professional record is 567-302-115.
He is expected to coach Vancouver’s first game on Monday.