|Birthdate ( Age)
||30 July 1968
|Place of Birth
||Drayton Valley, Canada
||Erinn O'Keefe (m. 2003)
||Avery Hakstol, Brenden Hakstol
||Sandra Williamson, Brian Hakstol
||Canadian ice hockey coach
||$1 Million-$5 Million
David Hakstol and Wife Erinn O'Keefe
David Hakstol is a Canadian hockey coach. David Hakstol is the top coach of the Seattle Kraken of the National league (NHL). A native of Warburg, Alberta, Hakstol was the top coach for Sioux City Musketeers for four seasons. He was also the top coach of the University of North Dakota men's hockey team for 11 seasons.
Hakstol played for the Fighting Sioux from 1989 to 1992 and within the International league for five years before becoming a teacher . Hakstol served as head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers from May 2015 until December 2018.
Early Life and Family
Dave Hakstol was born in Canada on July 30, 1968. he's best known for being a hockey Player. he's a member of famous hockey Player with the age 51 years old. Dave Hakstol attended the University of North Dakota and played hockey there from 1989 to 1992.He played minors hockey for five years, including stints with the Indianapolis Ice and Minnesota Moose. After retiring as a player, he moved to the coaching ranks with the Sioux City Musketeers
David Hakstol Wife
David Hakstol may be a husband . he's Married with Erinn O'Keefe in 2003.The Couple have two children Avery Hakstol, Brenden Hakstol.
David Hakstol Net Worth
David Hakstol may be a Canadian hockey coach who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million-$5 Million in 2021.
Hakstol attended the University of North Dakota and played hockey there from 1989 to 1992. He played minors hockey for five years, including stints with the Indianapolis Ice and Minnesota Moose. After retiring as a player, he moved to the coaching ranks with the Sioux City Musketeers.
He replaced a fired head coach within the middle of their disappointing 1996–97, turned the team around, and remained for four years. He became an assistant coach together with his school North Dakota in 2000. In 2004, he was named head coach.
In his tenure as North Dakota's head coach, he led the team to the NCAA Frozen Four seven times. Hakstol was honored with conference coach of the year awards in 2009 and 2015, and was an eight-time finalist for national coach of the year.
On May 18, 2015, it had been announced that Hakstol would become the Philadelphia Flyers' 19th head coach.Hakstol is that the first head coach to travel directly from the NCAA to the NHL since 1982 (Bob Johnson from the University of Wisconsin to the Calgary Flames).
Hakstol picked up his first NHL victory within the Flyers' third game of the season, a 1–0 convert the Florida Panthers. On April 11, 2017 it had been announced that Hakstol would join Jon Cooper, Gerard Gallant, and Dave King as coaches of Canada's men's national hockey team for the 2017 IIHF World Championship tournament.
On December 17, 2018, the Flyers relieved Hakstol because the head coach of the team after a 12–15–4 start to the 2018–19 season. On Saints Peter and Paul , 2019, Hakstol was hired as assistant head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs. On Midsummer Day , 2021, Hakstol was hired because the first head coach within the history of the Seattle Kraken.
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