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10-11-2013, 09:51 AM
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Originally Posted by KreiMeARiver View Post
Let's fire the coach that got the most out of this team because the players cry like babies.

AV great hire- definitely the right person to coach this squad.

Scott Arniel....yeah let's bring in the one idiot that Brassard hates in this league, when we want him to take the next level. Cuz Arniel did SO well in Columbus.

Let's bring in know he played here 'n stuff.

Let's trade away all are players that got us where we were.

This is a bad ORGANIZATION right now...from top to bottom.



Another example of moves being made in a vacuum.

There's an unwillingness to do the hard work. To take a step back and really look at what is here. To allow talent to develop. To build an organizational philosophy that starts with the Rangers and trickles down to Hartford. Something you build around, something you draft players, trade for players and sign players who fit that mold.

I mean, what is the organizations philosophy? If it's to grind and outwork opponents, then why is Taylor Pyatt, Derick Brassard or Benoit Pouliot on this team?

If it's to be uptempo and take the offense to the other team, why does anyone thing you can do that when there's only one legit top offensive player on the roster (who now might be a concussion concern — although I have my own theory on that).

People want to blame Dolan. Well, outside of not firing Sather by now (yes, that's not a small thing), he's the exact owner you want — not really involved and willing to spend money. He built a state-of-the-art training center, has allowed his GM to not only be active in the free agent market but also pay those failed signings 6M to play minor league hockey or pay those failed minor league signings to play for anyone but the Rangers.

For chrissake, somebody in this organization — do the hard work.


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