Thread: Proposal: Florida/Chicago
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05-22-2012, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by HossTheBoss View Post
It all depends. If Bowman can keep the "core" relatively intact and bring in a guy like Ryan Suter and the team fails to go deep into the playoffs, then I would look at Q/Kitchen to go before Bowman. However, if higher-quality players aren't brought in this off-season/throughout the season and Chicago gets bounced early in the playoff again next season then yes, Bowman should be on the hot seat.
If this team adds Suter without shedding any major players, it's absolutely on coaching. If the club doesn't bring in at the very least an established top six forward option or a top four defender, Bowman absolutely should be on the hot seat if this team doesn't go deep.

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