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Herb Brooks

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Timeline The home crowd, reinforced by the U.S. team's improbable run during group play and the Cold War "showdown" mentality, were in a patriotic fervor throughout the match, waving U.S. flags and singing patriotic songs such as "God Bless America." The rest of t
Timeline After spending most of his childhood in Wellesley, Massachusetts, he was sent at age fourteen to Quebec to play junior hockey in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for the Lachine Maroons and later the Montreal Junior Canadians.He attended the Universi
Images Born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, to Herbert Brooks, Sr. and Pauline Brooks, Brooks .Johnson High School hockey team that won the 1955 state hockey championship.[5] He also played baseball during the summer.The 1958–59 Gopher Hockey Team with dignitaries Lou
Timeline From 1960-1970, Brooks set a record by playing on a total of eight U.S National and Olympic teams, including the 1964 and 1968 Olympic squads.[7] Later, he coached the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers hockey team to three NCAA championships (1974, 1
Images  1 As a player, Brooks was a member of the U.S. team in the 1964 and 1968 Olympic Games. As a coach, he coached at the college, national, European professional, and National Hockey League (NHL) levels. [1] Among other coaching achievements, Brooks won three As a player, Brooks was a member of the U.S. team in the 1964 and 1968 Olympic Games. As a coach, he coached at the college, national, European professional, and National Hockey League (NHL) levels. [1] Among other coaching achievements, Brooks won three collegiate championships at the University of Minnesota, turning around a program which finished last before his arrival. Later in his career he worked as a motivational speaker, TV analyst and NHL scout.
Timeline Brooks then moved into coaching, guiding the Golden Gophers for seven seasons beginning in 1972, collecting three NCAA Division 1 National Championships (1974, 1976 and 1979) and back-to-back WCHA championships in 1974 and 1975. Named WCHA Coach of the Ye
Timeline NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman released a statement full of strong compliments. "At all levels of the game, including college hockey, Olympic hockey and the National Hockey League, Herb Brooks was a consummate teacher, an unparalleled motivator and an unqu
Herb brooks4 Coached the US hockey team that won a shocking upset over the Soviet team at the 1980 Winter Olympics and then went on to win the gold medal
Images  2 Herbert Paul Brooks, Jr. (August 5, 1937 – August 11, 2003) was an American ice hockey coach, best known for coaching the U.S. national team to a gold medal at the 1980 Winter Olympics in an event known as the "Miracle on Ice".
Timeline On Feb. 22, 1980, the U.S. team scored with 10 minutes to play to take a 4-3 lead against the Soviets and then held on. As the final seconds ticked away, announcer Al Michaels exclaimed, "Do you believe in miracles? Yes!"It remains one of the most famous
Images  3 Herb was inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1990 and into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006 in the Builders category. "A man of passion and dedication, Herb Brooks inspired a generation of Americans to pursue any and all dreams
Images Patrick was also the general manager for the 2002 US Olympic team, also coached by Brooks, which won the silver medal – the first US hockey medal since the 1980 team. This tournament was further notable as it was largely the same roster that underperforme
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