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Good luck.I think he will need luck to win a game on that holiday trip.
It is not fault if the players did'nt give him 100% since he is the head coach.If the Gm do not make soon a trade to improve the team and change the momentum, it his certain the club will finish at the bottom.
Rc pas meilleur que jacques martin? un coach ne joue pas sur la glace,il doit se contenter de jouer avec ses pions(joueurs).Un manque d'intensité comme dans la partie d'hier est le signe que le mal est tres profond et se situe au 2eme étage,seul un changement immédiat du GM peut renverser la situation.J'ai des billets de saison depuis 5ans et C,est la premiere saison que je M,ennuies aux parties sachant souvent que la partie qui va etre jouée est déja perdue.Présentement on détruit l'avenir des jeunes tel que PK et Eller et il va etre tres difficile de leur redonner la confiance nécessaire pour qu'ils deviennent des joueurs de fort calibre.Un action du proprio est tres urgente pour sauver l'image d'un club qui va nulle part.
doc what do you think about the coaching yesterday against washington.
What about? It had no effect on the game. The Habs lost the game in the first period when Carey Price let in two soft goals.
Originally Posted by simonpaul
However, to be fair to Mr. Price, your team also needs to score goals in order to win games.
The powerplay's ineffectiveness also contributed once again to the team's lack of success. Tomas Kaberle was brought in to help an inept powerplay & it's now worse than it ever was. Kaberle's ice-time is being reduced game after game & he's mostly used on special units. Now their stuck with his big contract for another two seasons. When he was acquired, no one in the NHL wanted him.....Carolina realized early that they had made a mistake by signing him & couldn't find a trading partner until Pierre Gauthier gave them a call last month.
Randy Cunneyworth is a rookie head coach. He's surrounded by a bunch of dummies, including one who had never been behind a bench before. Rookie coaches make mistakes, but usually, they have a veteran coaching presence to rely on, which isn't the case in Montreal.
The Habs will not make the playoffs. This is almost a given. Now the team will have to figure out a way to turn the tide. Will it mean parting with some of its top young talent? You need to give something in order to get something. My guess is that they'll hang on to the likes of Price, Subban & Pacciorety, while unloading veterans like Gill, Moen & Kostitsyn. They'll probably hang on to Plekanec, Gionta, Cole & Gorges. My guess is that they likely will put Scott Gomez on waivers if they already haven't done so, but i doubt anyone will pick him up. I'd be curious to learn which of those players i mentionned have no-trade clauses in their contracts.
Next season, they'll start over with a new coach, new GM, and new players. The foundation will still be there & they'll need to draft wisely & be patient. This team isn't that far off from being in the playoffs once again, but to do so, they'll need to get rid of their excess baggage, whether it means to send them to Hamilton in order to bury their contract, or trade them for picks or prospects.