The Management thread 3.0 (All GM/Coaching discussion here)
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12-22-2011, 12:15 PM
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If people want to do a pacific manifestation in front of the bell centre it's ok. I see nothing wrong it's a free country and it's pacific, everyone can have their opinion. The Habs are becoming more "anglophone" every day. First the regular players, then the captain and now the coach. Fans are saying enough is enough.
Do I agree with this? Yes and No honestly.
You can't denied that:
-French has regressed in Montreal.
-The same thing happened with the CDP, and key feredal jobs (that used to be bilingual).
You can see the pattern here and people are sick of that and it's understandable. The francophones aren't feel respected in their own country (especially in their province).
-Give Randy Cunneyworth a little chance.
-Number 1 priority is winning.
PS: Winnipeg coaching staff being forbiden to comment in french is just stupid. As far as I know the Habs don't forbid english they just want to add french as well.
THIS IS HOCKEY!!! NOT ****IN POLITICS!!
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