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04-02-2006, 09:58 AM
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Steelhead16
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If your coach had any nuts he would have taken care of this problem a long time ago. Asking you to do it for him now leads me to believe that he should be doing something besides coaching hockey. Your coach should tell the guy to tone it down or he doesn't play and when he doesn't tone it down set him on the bench right next to him for period. If that doesn't work, set him right next to him for a whole game. Unfortunately this should have been done a long time ago and you wouldn't be in this situation now. Now it's too late and you'll probably have to suffer through it. Your coach really needs to find something else to do though, because coaching hockey doesn't seem to be working so much. As soon as you let the players run the team, you're done and it sounds like that's exactly what's happening. I've coached 100's of kids in hockey and baseball from pee wee all the way through juniors and taking away playing time always works. You can try and talk to him before this one last game and see if that works but this isn't your mess. Good Luck!

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