Thomas Nathaniel Ivan (né le 31 janvier 1911 à Toronto au Canada - mort le 25 juin 1999) est un ancien un entraîneur de hockey sur glace dans la Ligue nationale de hockey.

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  • Thomas Nathaniel Ivan (né le 31 janvier 1911 à Toronto au Canada - mort le 25 juin 1999) est un ancien un entraîneur de hockey sur glace dans la Ligue nationale de hockey.
  • Thomas Nathaniel Ivan (* 31. Januar 1911 in Toronto, Ontario; † 25. Juni 1999) war ein kanadischer Eishockeytrainer und -funktionär in der National Hockey League. Er führte die Detroit Red Wings drei Mal zum Gewinn des Stanley Cup und gewann die Trophäe ein weiteres Mal mit den Chicago Black Hawks als deren General Manager. 1974 wurde er in die Hockey Hall of Fame aufgenommen.
  • Thomas Nathaniel Ivan (January 31, 1911 – June 25, 1999) was a Canadian ice hockey coach and general manager. He served as a National Hockey League (NHL) head coach for the Detroit Red Wings from 1947 to 1954 where he won three Stanley Cups, and was the general manager for the Chicago Black Hawks from 1954 to 1977, winning a Stanley Cup in 1961. He produced an overall record of 288–174–111.Ivan was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Macedonian immigrant parents. He never played professional hockey, as an severe facial injury shortened his career while playing in the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. His junior hockey days in Ontario, on up to his first pro coaching job with the Omaha Knights in the Central Hockey League, were merely the first steps in a distinguished Hall of Fame Career. Ivan was a keen judge of talent that helped discover young prospects like Gordie Howe and several other National Hockey League players that would go on to Hall of Fame careers.Ivan won three Stanley Cup while coaching Detroit 1950, 1952, 1954. He took the reins of Chicago Black Hawks coach/general manager in 1954, after winning six straight Regular season championships with Detroit. At the time the Hawks were a franchise in trouble. Ivan would lead a tremendous rebuilding effort, adding farm teams and stocking the Hawk farm system with good prospects. He also made key trades that would help fortify the Hawks into a contending team for the next several seasons. Rudy Pilous was hired to coach the Hawks by Tommy Ivan and he would eventually guide the team to the 1961 Stanley Cup. The 1961 Hawks team finally produced the results that Ivan's rebuilding process began back in 1954. The Chicago Black Hawks would also reach the Stanley Cup Finals in 1962, 1965, 1971, and 1973. Ivan served 25 years as Black Hawks GM. He then served as Chicago Black Hawks Vice President and Alternate Governor (NHL Board of Governors) in the years following his GM tenure.He died of complications of a kidney ailment in 1999.
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  • Thomas Nathaniel Ivan (né le 31 janvier 1911 à Toronto au Canada - mort le 25 juin 1999) est un ancien un entraîneur de hockey sur glace dans la Ligue nationale de hockey.
  • Thomas Nathaniel Ivan (* 31. Januar 1911 in Toronto, Ontario; † 25. Juni 1999) war ein kanadischer Eishockeytrainer und -funktionär in der National Hockey League. Er führte die Detroit Red Wings drei Mal zum Gewinn des Stanley Cup und gewann die Trophäe ein weiteres Mal mit den Chicago Black Hawks als deren General Manager. 1974 wurde er in die Hockey Hall of Fame aufgenommen.
  • Thomas Nathaniel Ivan (January 31, 1911 – June 25, 1999) was a Canadian ice hockey coach and general manager. He served as a National Hockey League (NHL) head coach for the Detroit Red Wings from 1947 to 1954 where he won three Stanley Cups, and was the general manager for the Chicago Black Hawks from 1954 to 1977, winning a Stanley Cup in 1961. He produced an overall record of 288–174–111.Ivan was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Macedonian immigrant parents.
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