Sport: Ice Hockey (assistant coach)
About him: Claude Julien has been coaching the Bruins since 2007. Now in his seventh season in Boston, he has amassed a record of 256-146-56 and is third in club history in games coached and second in wins. The Bruins have made the playoffs every year he has been coach, including winning three division titles, two Prince of Wales trophies, and the 2011 Stanley Cup, the club’s first championship in 39 years. Julien got his first NHL head job in 2002-03 with the Montreal Canadiens. He was named head coach of the New Jersey Devils in 2006 and guided them to a 102-point season and a division title in his only season there. Prior to coaching, Julien played 12 years of professional hockey, including 14 games in the NHL as a defenseman for the Quebec Nordiques. Julien was named an assistant coach for Team Canada on July 22.