Vancouver Canucks head coach Travis Green placed 10th in voting for the Jack Adams trophy as the leagues top bench boss.
Green, who is in his third year behind the Canucks bench, received two first-place votes, two second-place votes, and three third-place votes.
He helped take the Canucks on a nice playoff run beating the Minnesota Wild in the qualifying round, the defending cup champion St. Louis Blues in the first round before falling to the Vegas Golden Knights in the second round of the playoffs.
Based on points percentage, this year was the third most successful regular season in Canucks history.
This year was Green’s most successful season manning the Canucks. His .565 points percentage was well above the .494 posted in 2018-19 and .445 points percentage in 2017-18.
Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy won this year’s Jack Adams award.
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