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Cory Stillman

Born:December 20, 1973Draft:1992 Flames #6 Overall
Hometown:Peterborough, ONPosition:Left Wing
Known For:2x Stanley CupShoots:Left
National Team:CanadaCurrent Team:Arizona Coyotes (Asst. Coach)

Cory Stillman (born December 20, 1973) is a Canadian professional ice hockey executive and former player. He played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for several teams between 1994 and 2011, winning the Stanley Cup twice. He is currently an assistant coach with the Arizona Coyotes.

Drafted sixth overall by the Calgary Flames in 1992, Stillman was an AHL All Star with the Flames’ affiliate in Saint John in 1995. As well as the Flames, he would go on to play for the St. Louis Blues, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes, Ottawa Senators, and Florida Panthers over his 15-year NHL career, scoring over 700 points over more than 1,000 games.

Stillman won the Stanley Cup in 2004 and 2006 with the Lightning and Hurricanes, respectively. He is one of only 12 players in the NHL’s history to win the Stanley Cup in back-to-back seasons with different teams (the 2004–2005 season was wiped out by a lockout).

Cory Stillman St. Louis Blues
Cory Stillman, St. Louis Blues (Mandatory Credit: Dave Sandford /Allsport)

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Coaching History

  • NHL Florida Panthers (Development Coach) 2011-2012
  • ETAHL U15 Peterborough Petes U15 AAA (Asst. Coach) 2012-2014
  • OHL Sudbury Wolves (Head Coach) 2017-2020
  • NHL Arizona Coyotes (Asst. Coach) 2020-present


  • 2x Stanley Cup Champion (2004 – Lightning, 2006 – Hurricanes)
  • AHL All-Star Game (1995)
  • OHL Champion (1993)
  • OHL Rookie of the Year (Emms Family Award) (1991)