Marc Claude Boileau (né le 3 septembre 1932 à Pointe-Claire, dans la province du Québec au Canada - mort le 27 décembre 2000) est un joueur et entraîneur professionnel de hockey sur glace canadien.↑ (en) « Marc Boileau stats », sur Eliteprospects.com (consulté le 19 mars 2011).↑ (en) « Marc Boileau, hockey statistics and profile », sur Legends of Hockey Net (consulté le 19 mars 2011).

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  • Marc Claude Boileau (né le 3 septembre 1932 à Pointe-Claire, dans la province du Québec au Canada - mort le 27 décembre 2000) est un joueur et entraîneur professionnel de hockey sur glace canadien.
  • Joseph Marc Claude Romeo Boileau (b. September 3, 1932 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec – d. December 27, 2000) is a former Canadian ice hockey coach and player. Boileau began his career with the Verdun LaSalle of the QJHL before moving to Ontario to finish his junior league career. He signed his first professional contract in 1953 and played with the Cincinnati Mohawks. Known for his determined work ethic but also for his temper, Boileau was an established minor league fixture, playing with the Indianapolis Chiefs, Seattle Totems, Hershey Bears, Los Angeles Blades, Seattle Totems, and Fort Wayne Komets. He retired in 1973 at age 40 with over 1000 games of minor league experience.[1]Boileau played one season in the National Hockey League with the Detroit Red Wings. He was head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins from 1973 to 1976. He would also coach the Quebec Nordiques in the World Hockey Association, winning the Avco Cup with this squad in 1978.
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  • Marc Claude Boileau (né le 3 septembre 1932 à Pointe-Claire, dans la province du Québec au Canada - mort le 27 décembre 2000) est un joueur et entraîneur professionnel de hockey sur glace canadien.↑ (en) « Marc Boileau stats », sur Eliteprospects.com (consulté le 19 mars 2011).↑ (en) « Marc Boileau, hockey statistics and profile », sur Legends of Hockey Net (consulté le 19 mars 2011).
  • Joseph Marc Claude Romeo Boileau (b. September 3, 1932 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec – d. December 27, 2000) is a former Canadian ice hockey coach and player. Boileau began his career with the Verdun LaSalle of the QJHL before moving to Ontario to finish his junior league career. He signed his first professional contract in 1953 and played with the Cincinnati Mohawks.
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