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02-26-2007, 09:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Fish View Post
Plenty of parallels to the teams from the 1997-98 through 2003-04 seasons too...

- Aging stars
- Heavy reliance on veterans
- Lack of scoring or defense or both
- Losing to low ranked teams when the pressure's on
- Holding on for just long enough to make it seem like they might turn it around only to fall short
Right you are if things are like seasons past. Don't care how many times I have to say it, bring good talent in with a coach who can do something, and we'll be alright, more than alright.
Okay, example of a good coach?
Ken Hitchcock
Ted Nolan
Jim Schoenfeld
and there are others

This team has not had direction, so although some of the players look like dogs, and yes lets rid the team of Malik and Ruchanek, no way NYR would be in danger of missing the playoffs with a real coach. Come on, just admit it the coach is lost.

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