Alain Vigneault Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Alain Vigneault is an expert ice hockey mentor born on May 14, 1961. Vigneault has recently trained in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens, Vancouver Canucks, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with the Montreal Canadiens (QMJHL).

He got the Jack Adams Award as the NHL’s extraordinary mentor in 2006–07 and set the group standard for triumphs as a mentor during his experience with the Canucks.

Vancouver won consecutive Presidents’ Trophies (2010–11 and 2011–12) and showed up under Vigneault’s administration (2011). Furthermore, he directed the Rangers to their first Stanley Cup Finals compartment in quite a while in his first season with the group.

Born May 14, 1961 (age 60)

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Ice hockey coach, player

Coaching career

Previous team(s) Montreal Canadiens
Vancouver Canucks
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers
Years as NHL player 1981–1983
Years as a coach 1986–present
Years as an NHL coach 1997–present
Ice hockey career
Height 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Weight 200 lb (91 kg; 14 st 4 lb)
Position Defense
Shot Right
Played for St. Louis Blues
NHL Draft 167th overall, 1981
St. Louis Blues
Playing career 1981–1984

Alain Vigneault is separated from his better half and has two little girls, Andreane and Janie. By and by, he is by all accounts carrying on with a solitary life, as there is no hint about his present relationship status.

Be that as it may, assuming anything is made public identified with his dating life, we’ll illuminate you as well. Alain Vigneault’s two little girls’ names are Andreane and Janie.

One day after a 7-1 whipping by the Lightning, the Flyers terminated lead trainer Alain Vigneault. On a between time premise, collaborator mentor Mike Yeo will dominate.

Another Vigneault partner who directed the NHL’s third-most exceedingly terrible strategic maneuver (13.4 percent), Michel Therrien, was additionally excused from his obligations.

With a 8-OK record, the Flyers are as of now 10th in the Metropolitan Division and have lost eight straight games. They’ll attempt to end their losing slip against the Avalanche on Monday with another mentor in control.

Vigneault took over as mentor in April 2019 and directed the group to a 147-74-54 record over pieces of three seasons, incorporating a season finisher trip in 2020. As indicated by Cap Friendly, Vigneault has an agreement that goes through the 2023-24 NHL season and pays him $5 million every year.

Alain Vigneault Net Worth Alain Vigneault’s total assets is assessed to be $1-$5 million starting at 2021. His essential kind of revenue is from his calling, hockey.

The Philadelphia Flyers recruited Vigneault as their lead trainer on April 15, 2019. Preceding the season being suspended in light of the fact that to the COVID-19 episode, he directed the Flyers to a 41–21–7 record and a season finisher appearance in his first season with the group.

In his first season with the Flyers, Vigneault was a candidate for the Jack Adams Award, completing second in the last vote to Bruce Cassidy of the Boston Bruins. Vigneault won his 700th vocation game as a lead trainer on February 28, 2021, turning out to be just the 10th mentor in NHL history.