Éric Landry

Joseph Éric Lucien Landry (born January 20, 1975) is a French-Canadian former professional ice hockey player. Landry played in four National Hockey League (NHL) seasons, playing with the Calgary Flames and the Montreal Canadiens. Landry also played in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) for HC Dynamo Moscow and Atlant Mytishchi and previously in the Swiss National League A (NLA) for HC Lausanne, EHC Basel, and HC Ambrì-Piotta. In 2017, he became head coach of the Gatineau Olympiques in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.[1]

Éric Landry
Born (1975-01-20) January 20, 1975 (age 46)
Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
Height 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Weight 185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)
Position Centre
Shot Left
Played for HC Dynamo Moscow
Atlant Mytishchi
Calgary Flames
Montreal Canadiens
HC Lausanne (NLA)
EHC Basel (NLA)
HC Ambrì-Piotta (NLA)
National team  Canada
NHL Draft Undrafted
Playing career 1995–2012

Playing careerEdit

Born in Gatineau, Landry played midget hockey for Abitibi-Temiscamingue Forestiers, then played two seasons of junior hockey for St. Hyacinthe Laser of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Although he was not drafted in the NHL Entry Draft, Landry pursued a professional career in hockey. For the 1995–96 season, he joined the Cape Breton Oilers of the American Hockey League (AHL) to start his career. Landry moved on to the Hamilton Bulldogs for 1996–97. He was then signed as a free agent by the Calgary Flames. He played two seasons for the Flames' organization, split between the Saint John Flames and Calgary. He was traded to the San Jose Sharks in July 1999. Landry played one season in the Sharks organization, for their Kentucky Thoroughblades affiliate. In 2000, he was signed by the Montreal Canadiens and played in the organization for three years, split between Montreal and Quebec Citadelles and the Utah Grizzlies of the AHL. In 2003, Landry left North America to play with Lausanne of the Swiss league. He left North America having played parts of four seasons in the NHL, scoring 5 goals and 9 assists for 14 points in 68 games. Landry was the first player in Canadiens' history to wear jersey number of 78.

After playing four seasons in the NLA in Switzerland for Lausanne and Basel, Landry moved to Russia, where he played two seasons with Moscow Dynamo and a season with Atlant Mytishchi. Landry returned to the NLA in 2010, to play for HC Ambrì-Piotta.


  1. ^ "Olympiques fire head coach Duhamel". Ottawa Sun. January 23, 2017.

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