Bruce Cassidy coached five full seasons for the Boston Bruins, and parts of a sixth, from 2017-22. Under Cassidy’s leadership, the Bruins posted a W-L-OTL record of 399-245-108, totaling 536 points – a .672 point percentage.
After the 2021-22 regular season, Cassidy became just the third head coach in NHL history to post six straight seasons of at least a .650 point percentage, joining elite company in Hockey Hall of Famers Scotty Bowman and Glen Sather. He also won the NHL’s Jack Adams Award as the league’s outstanding coach in the 2019-20 season, when the Bruins won the Presidents’ Trophy with the best record in hockey. They also made it to the 2019 Stanley Cup Final against the St. Louis Blues, but ultimately lost in seven games.
The Bruins relieved Cassidy of his duties on June 6, after the Bruins bowed out of the playoffs in the first round in seven games against the Carolina Hurricanes. Keep scrolling for more photos of Cassidy’s accomplished Bruins tenure.