The Drummondville, Quebec native has compiled a 265-200-56 record in 521 games at the helm of the Condors. He ranks 10th in ECHL history in games coached, and 12th in wins. In 2011-12, Raymond could climb as high as 6th in league history in games coached, while only seven coaches have reached the 300-win plateau, also within reach. He was selected to coach in the ECHL All-Star Classic in Ontario, Calif., during the 2009-10 season.
Raymond has led the Condors to the post-season in each of his seven seasons, and only four coaches in league history have been to the playoffs more times. Meanwhile, 23 of the 26 all-time Condors playoff wins have come with Raymond as head coach, plus two additional playoff wins coming while he served as associate coach from 2002 – 2004. In February, 2002, Raymond joined the Condors as associate coach, a position he held until the 2003-04 season, when he took over after the resigning of Paul Kelly.