Adam Oates Speaker Profile
Head Coach of the Washington Capitals
Adam Oates Biography
Hall of Famer, Adam Oates was born August 27, 1962 and is aretired professional hockey player and is currently the head coach of NationalHockey League's Washington Capitals.
In St. Louis, Oates teamed up with Brett Hull and became part of the "Hull'n' Oates" tandem, a reference to the musical duo of Hall & Oates.Hull had three consecutive seasons with at least 70 goals, including the1990-91 season when Hull scored 86 (a record for right wingers) and won theHart Trophy. Oates had 90 assists and 115 points in 61 games, earning him anNHL Second Team All-Star. Oates held out for much of the next season, until hewas traded to the Boston Bruins in return for Craig Janney and StÃ©phaneQuintal.
Oates had perhaps his best season yet in 1992-93, as he scoreda career-high 45 goals, 97 assists and 142 points to finish third overall inregular season scoring behind Mario Lemieux and Pat LaFontaine. The nextseason, Oates again finished third with 32 goals, 80 assists, and 112 points,behind Wayne Gretzky and Sergei Fedorov.
Oates is considered one of the more creative and effective playmakers in themodern NHL era, as he had more assists than any other player during the 1990sexcept for Wayne Gretzky. Brett Hull and Oates united to form a high-scoringtandem for three years, with Oates supplying the playmaking for Hull, who was anatural sniper. During those three years, Hull's goal totals were 72-86-70.Outside of the three seasons, when Hull was not centered by Oates, he neversurmounted the 60-goal mark.
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Posted on 23 March 2014 | 3:45 pm
The NHL Hall of Fame was recently announced and included hockey legend and current Washington Capital head coach, Adam Oates. He was known as an elite playmaker while playing for a total of 8 different teams during his career. His total of 1,079 assists was the fifth highest total in NHL history at the time of his 2004 retirement. Fans can meet and score an autograph from hockey legend...[Read More]
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