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01-28-2012, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by habitue View Post
I don't see your point !

What's wrong with having a BILINGUAL coach ?

It certainly didn't hurt the Bruins and Canucks, the two SC finalists last Spring.
Someone already pointed out what's wrong with this statement but it clearly hasn't sunk in so I'll try again.

There's NOTHING wrong with having a bilingual coach IF he also happens to be the best coach available or the best fit for the team. He could speak Japanese for all I care if he could figure out a way to make this team a winner.

By saying that he HAS to be bilingual, you're eliminated a TON of good coaches for a reason that has NOTHING to do with their ability to coach a hockey team.

I repeat. There's NOTHING, absolutely NOTHING wrong with having a bilingual coach IF he's the best coach for the team (for the team, NOT for the media.)

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