Do you fire Laviolette? (Philadelphia Daily News article dated March 12, 2013)
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02-17-2013, 01:40 PM
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I really have a hard time blaming Lavy for the way this team has been playing. He's been given a roster that is the exact opposite of what he needs to succeed in his style. They have a relatively immobile defense that can't activate in the offensive zone and wingers that play smaller than he needs. Most of that falls on Homer. He knows who Lavy is and how he coaches. Lavy could adjust somewhat, but he certainly can't deviate too much from a plan that he's used in all three of his coaching positions in the NHL. Unfortunately, Lavy will probably be the first to go, but it should be Homer and then a new GM that can decide on Lavy's fate.
the senile old man who owns the team wont fire Holmgren. He will fire the guy that wasnt orginally in the "Flyers family"
Thats the "Flyer way"
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