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05-09-2012, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by habitue View Post
I dunno in which extent Molson, and now Bergevin, want to have rookies at GM and headcoaching positions to start next season....

Of course, good assistants at both levels could help.

With the Nordiques far far away now, I guess Roy will think seriously about Montreal's job.
I wasn't asking about wanting a rookie coach, I was asking about his coaching style.

Originally Posted by disturbedraven View Post
I am probably in the minority but, I would love to see Ted Nolan behind the bench. He may not be fluent in french (but he does know a little french). He couldn't be worse then Roy on the tantrum scale, and has at least shown he can coach teams to play hard and play solid.
I agree that he's probably the best available coach out there. The problem is he seems to create drama. He did great in New York until he didn't want to rebuild. He did take them to the playoffs and they haven't been there since and have been in a major tailspin since.

He won't even get a sniff though so its a moot point.

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