Do you fire Laviolette? (Philadelphia Daily News article dated March 12, 2013)
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02-17-2013, 03:15 PM
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But don' think for a minute that he would have been allowed a slow build like hedid in LA. Hell LAST YEAR people were screaming for his head. Instead, there was a coaching change...and then lightning in a bottle.
He wouldn't have been given six years, no. But, he would have a set plan and kept a relatively similar roster as they built towards a cup contender. You can reinvent yourself as a team every other season and expect to just compete. Guys grow as a core and then you add some pieces as you think you're getting closer to a cup run. LA certainly caught lightning in a bottle, but they've also had a set plan ever since Lombardi got there. Homer just throws **** against the wall and hopes it sticks. I love the Flyers for their aggression in trying to always get better, but sometimes a more conservative route would lead to more success.
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