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02-02-2013, 04:15 PM
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Originally Posted by HockeyH3aven View Post
A coach micromanages his "employees" way more than your boss does. If your department is doing badly and nobody is performing up to expectations, do you dump the whole department first? Or do you get rid of the manger whose job it is to ensure that everybody get their job done?

Nobody thinks firing Ruff is the way to magically fix this team, but it's a start. They've been average to below average for three years now. Lots of guys are playing the worst hockey of the careers right now. That's on the coach. Sure the players aren't playing well, but you can't just fire the players and get new ones.

We've changed the players, we dumped the "rotten rochester core", every-bodies favorite pincushions are gone (Roy, Connolly, Gaustad, Lalime). At some point you have to take a look at your coach. They aren't winning, they haven't been winning for awhile now.
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