Thread: Sather Speaks
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08-11-2013, 12:37 PM
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This is why I would never trust a politician's memoirs. This is almost exactly the same. Counts on people's short memories or not enough memory to explain away things. As if it was all the previous regime's fault for his first 5 years of nothing but the same old problems here. Going into UFA season with an open check book to buy up every mercenary looking for a retirement paycheck. Smith was not doing all that good of a job with the prospects by the time he was fired. Sather then for 5 years did absolutely nothing to improve that situation--if anything he was worse. And his coaching ****ing decisions before Tom Renney---P ****ing U. If it weren't for the lockout I'm afraid that the Rangers might still be on the outside every playoffs looking in just about every season. What the cap did for the Rangers was it forced them to start building a real organization of young players instead of old has beens. Sather until that lockout season belonged to the old has been club.

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