At the time of his induction, University of New Brunswick Reds men’s hockey coach Gardiner MacDougall is one of the winningest coaches in the history of university sports in Canada. The Bedeque, PEI native has coached 21 seasons with the UNB Reds and won seven University Cup national championships and was on the cusp of winning an eight National title when the COVID pandemic forced the cancelation of the 2020 Championships. MacDougall’s teams have won nine Atlantic University Sport banners and has accumulated more than 500 career wins behind the UNB bench. MacDougall has also won two gold medals at the World University Games, one as a head coach and one as an assistant and is the first UNB coach ever to earn the university’s prestigious President’s Medal. He’s also a recipient of the Paul Harris Fellowship from Rotary Canada and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for community service.
Inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, Octobre 15, 2021.
All-time winningest coach in University of New Brunswick history
First coach in Atlantic University Sport history to win over 500 games
Since 2000, he led the UNB Reds Men’s Hockey Team to win 10 AUS and 7 National Championships
Head Coach AUS World University Games World Championships (Trentino, Italy - 2013)