"Don 'Toot' Cahoon" is a retired United States/American ice hockey coach. He was the head coach of the Princeton Tigers men's ice hockey/Princeton Tigers when they won their first List of ECAC Hockey Men's Ice Hockey Tournament champions/conference tournament championship in 1998 ECAC Hockey Men's Ice Hockey Tournament/1998. For almost 40 years Cahoon worked behind the bench of various collegiate hockey programs, reaching the National Collegiate Athletic Association/NCAA List of NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament champions/tournament twice as a head coach.

Cahoon start in collegiate hockey came as a player for Boston University Terriers men's ice hockey/Boston University starting three seasons for the Terriers which included back-to-back National Championships in 1971 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament/1971 and 1972 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament/1972. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science/B.S. in education, Cahoon continued his playing career for one more season, lacing it up for seven games for the New England Blades of the Eastern Hockey League/EHL, the league's last year in operation. Cahoon began his coaching career the following season, leading Lehigh University club team to the 1973-74 Mid-Atlantic Conference title.

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