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As a player, Marc Crawford played in 176 games over the course of his six-year career with the Vancouver Canucks. As the rookie head coach of the Quebec Nordiques, he won the Jack Adams trophy for coach of the year – the youngest person ever to do so. Moving with the Nordiques to Colorado in 1995, Crawford lead the newly-named Avalanche to its first Stanley Cup – the third youngest head coach ever to do so. After leaving Colorado, he became an analyst with the CBC and then signed on with Vancouver in 1999. He has the second most wins in Canuck history (161). Following his tenure with the Canucks, Crawford would go on to coach the Los Angeles Kings and the Dallas Stars. Currently, Marc Crawford is the head coach of the ZSC Lions of Switzerland’s National League A. He was Team Canada’s head coach in the 1998 Nagano Olympics and assistant coach in the 1996 World Cup.