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04-12-2012, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by blahblah View Post
What happens when it's next year? One more year? After all that will sound reasonable at the time it's uttered. When do you say we've been patient enough? You can't tell a GM, "You've got one more year", that leads to poor moves as you suggested.

I am not longer sure I understand what the requirements are for a GM to retain his job, nor do I understand how long is reasonable for a GM to fix issues created by another GM.
Five years is long enough in most instances. If Brian Burke can't turn things around in Toronto next year, he'll be gone. Why is it different here?

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