| Notes: - Earned his first win as Blackhawks head coach on Oct. 19, 2008 in a 4-2 victory over Vancouver.|
- Named the 37th head coach in Blackhawks history on Oct. 16, 2008
- Recorded a 474-304-126 career NHL regular-season coaching record (.595) in 904 games spanning parts of 11 seasons
- Registered a 42-45 mark in nine career postseason appearances, reaching at least the second round six times
- Served as the head coach of the St. Louis Blues from 1996 to 2004 and as the head coach of the Colorado Avalanche from 2005 to 2008
- Awarded the Jack Adams Trophy as the NHL’s top coach in 1999-2000, after guiding the Blues to the President’s Trophy with a career-best 51 wins and .689 winning percentage (51-19-12).
- Racked up a 307-191-95 record in eight seasons with the St. Louis Blues making him the winningest coach in team history
- Most recently served as the head coach of the Avalanche in 2007-08, notching a 44-31-7 record before leading the team to the Western Conference Semifinals
- Is one of three men in the history of the NHL to have played in and coached at least 800 games (Bob Pulford and Jacques Lemaire)
- Ranks fourth in Colorado/Quebec history with 131 wins (131-92-23) in three seasons behind its bench
- Notched at least 40 wins in eight of his nine full NHL seasons
- Served as the head coach of the North American All-Stars at the 2001 NHL All-Star Game
- Broke into coaching with the AHL’s Springfield Indians in 1993-94 before serving as an assistant coach with the Quebec Nordiques/Colorado Avalanche from 1994 to 1996.
- Helped Colorado capture the 1996 Stanley Cup as an assistant coach
- Originally joined the Blackhawks staff as a pro scout in September 2008
- Appeared in 13 seasons as an NHL defenseman from 1979 to 1991 with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Colorado Rockies, New Jersey Devils, Hartford Whalers and Washington Capitals, accumulating 54 goals, 136 assists, 190 points and 705 penalty minutes in 803 career games
- Notched NHL career highs with 10 goals, 24 assists and 34 points in 71 games with the Colorado Rockies in 1980-81.
- Selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs with their first choice, 21st overall, in the 1978 NHL Amateur Draft
- Married to Elizabeth and has three children: Dylan, Lily and Anna