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ATLANTA THRASHERS - BOSTON BRUINS
Atlanta Thrashers coach Bob Hartley has words with officials Thor Nelson (80) and Greg Devorski (54) in the first period January 24, 2006, in Atlanta's Philips Arena. The Bruins defeated the Thrashers, 3-2. (UPI Photo/John Dickerson).
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Robert "Bob" Hartley (Born September 9, 1960 in Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada) is a former Canadian head coach in the National Hockey League. He coached the Colorado Avalanche from 1998–2002, which he won the Stanley Cup with in the 2000–01 NHL season. He also coached the Atlanta Thrashers from the 2003 up until the beginning of the 2007, when he was fired after the Thrashers got off to an 0-6 start.

Hartley and his wife, Micheline, have one daughter, Kristine and one son, Steve.

Despite his anglophone-sounding name, Hartley is a Franco-Ontarian; he speaks English with a noticeable French accent.

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It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Bob Hartley."
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