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Red Gendron: A Timeline

Red Gendron's coaching career started at Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans, Vermont as a high school coach and teacher.

Red Gendron on the ice at the Frozen Four with 2013 NCAA Champions Yale
Red Gendron on the ice at the Frozen Four with 2013 NCAA Champions Yale
Jeff Cox

Red Gendron is set to become the new head hockey coach at the University of Maine. A press conference is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday afternoon in Orono. Gendron returns to the school where he earned a master's degree and helped guide the 1993 team to one of the best seasons in the history of the NCAA.

November 27, 1957: Born in Boston, Massachusetts

Childhood: Grew up in Berlin, NH in northern New Hampshire, where he learned to be fluent in French, as well as English

1975: Graduated from Berlin High School (NH), winning a state championship

1979: Graduated from New England College, three-time captain of hockey team as a defenseman, member of baseball team, played for current Middlebury coach Bill Beaney

1979-1981: Returned to his high school alma mater as the Assistant Hockey Coach

1981-1990: Head Coach and Teacher At Bellows Free Academy (VT) where his hockey teams won four state championships

1990-1993: Assistant Coach for Shawn Walsh at Maine (1993 NCAA Champs)

1993-2002: Assistant Coach and Scout for New Jersey Devils

2002-2004: Head Coach of the Albany River Rats (AHL)

2004-2005: Head Coach and General Manager of the Indiana Ice (USHL)

2005-2011: Assistant Coach for Don "Toot" Cahoon at UMass-Amherst

2011-2013: Assistant Coach for Keith Allain at Yale (2013 NCAA Champs)

Personal: Married to his wife, Janet, and has two daughters, Katelyn and Allison