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10-25-2013, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Joey Moss View Post
They have played better but they still aren't getting results. Something's got to give. I'm just saying the coach isn't the problem. We have been expecting big improvements to the team for the last two years and we're still on track to come no where near playoffs.. It's time to do something not coach related.
That's the problem. We've been conditioned thanks to teams like Chicago and Pittsburgh that rebuilding means sucking and then taking a sudden leap forward. I'm not sure it always works that way. Think of a team like the Islanders that are just starting to look semi-respectable five years after picking Tavares. Or St. Louis, who were pretty much garbage ever since the lockout.

IMO what this team needs now more than anything is the one thing it hasn't had in the past four years: stability. There's been so much turnover in players and coaches that more of the same isn't the answer IMO.

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