Who was Bob McCammon and what was his cause of death? Former Flyers coach and GM, dead at 80: Here is saddest news is coming into the highlights about a famous personality Bob McCammon, that he has passed away at 80. No cause of his death is disclosed yet. The news of his death has been spreading on the web and getting much attention from people. He was former Vancouver Canucks, Philadelphia Flyers & Edmonton Oilers head coach. He had gained huge fame and reputation in his career field. It is really sad that a beloved and well-known personality has left the world. Our deep thoughts and words are with his family and known ones. Through this article, we are going to get all the information about Bob McCammon. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Bob McCammon Death Cause
As per the sources, he has died recently, but the exact date of his death is not revealed, nor, the reason behind his death. Since the news of his death has come out, all his admirers and known ones are paying soulful tributes to his family and friends. The social media platforms have been flooded with tribute and RIP messages. His family is going through a tough right now. Several people have been expressing their condolences on the internet.
Squire Barnes wrote, “Sad news. Former Canucks & Flyers Head Coach Bob McCammon passed away this morning at the age of 80. He was runner-up for Coach of the Year with the Canucks in 88-89.” All his colleagues are saddened by this news.
Who was Bob McCammon?
Talking about Bob McCammon, so he was born on 14 April 1941 in Kenora, Ontario, Canada. His real name is Robert McCammon. He was a well-known Canadian former professional ice hockey player. He was also a former American Hockey League and National Hockey League head coach and general manager. He holds Canadian nationality. He never played in the NHL and spent his whole career in the minor leagues.
He also served for the Maine Mariners of the AHL as a head coach. He has won the Calder Cup in 1977-79. He had two stints as head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. He served for the Edmonton Oilers as an assistant coach on 2 occasions. He was the head coach of the Vancouver Canucks. He was fired as a coach of Philadelphia and Vancouver and was replaced by Pat Quinn. In 1987, he won the Stanley Cup with Edmonton Oilers as the director of the player department. He has left the world at 80. We hope that God will give strength to his family and friends. May his soul Rest In Peace.