Randy Carlyle
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"National Hockey League/NHL"Winnipeg Jets (1972–96)/Winnipeg JetsPittsburgh PenguinsToronto Maple Leafs "Central Hockey League (1963–1984)/CHL" Dallas Black Hawks

/ ntl_team = CAN

/ birth_date =

/ birth_place = Greater Sudbury/Sudbury, Ontario/ON, Canada/CAN

/ draft = 30th overall

/ draft_year = 1976

/ draft_team = Toronto Maple Leafs

/ wha_draft = 69th overall

/ wha_draft_year = 1976

/ wha_draft_team = Cincinnati Stingers

/ career_start = 1976–77 NHL season/1976

/ career_end = 1992–93 NHL season/1993


"Randy Robert Carlyle" (born April 19, 1956) is a former NHL player and former coach, most recently the head coach (ice hockey)/coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was raised in Rayside-Balfour#Azilda/Azilda, just northwest of Greater Sudbury/Sudbury, Ontario. He won the Stanley Cup in 2007 with his previous team, the Anaheim Ducks.

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It wasn't a question of being upset. It was disappointment with the way things have been going.

I guess I won't have to wear my down-filled coat and ski mitts, or shovel the driveway.

We've had to battle back. Points are too important now and we've got to find a way to shake ourselves out of those doldrums early.

We've got a long way to go. There still are a lot of points available.

We got a big goal early and our psyche changed. It seemed like we expected it was going to be easy. They proved differently.

I thought we didn't play 60 minutes, we played about 50 minutes.

He's a pro. That's what he's here for...(he's) capable of doing those things.

These points are up for grabs and any team in our position has to win our share of games. If you don't you are not going to make the playoffs.

We didn't have a very good start. You get down 2-0, it was one of those games that they were better than we were early, by far.