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06-11-2011, 03:46 PM
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With Kirk Muller leaving who will replace him??

Do you think Patrick Roy can have the job?
Who else???

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06-11-2011, 03:50 PM
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I guess Patrick would move from the Remparts only for a head coaching or a GM job not only for an assistant coach job. I could see a Patrice Brisebois getting the job or perhaps the guy in your own name Gaston Gingras it would be ncie to have a former defenseman.

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yup thats a given. Even if Kirk doesn't get a HC job I see Montreal letting him go and still bringing up Randy

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yup thats a given. Even if Kirk doesn't get a HC job I see Montreal letting him go and still bringing up Randy
Nope, if that was the case, they would have let him interview for Winnipeg. He just finish with the development camp. Its a HC or the habs.

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I guess Patrick would move from the Remparts only for a head coaching or a GM job not only for an assistant coach job. I could see a Patrice Brisebois getting the job or perhaps the guy in your own name Gaston Gingras it would be ncie to have a former defenseman.


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I would love to see Craig Ludwig on the bench.

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Certainly not Roy.

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roy is way too arrogant and too much of a hot head to be an assistant coach, disaster waiting to happen.. would be nice to have some emotion on the bench though haha

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What is the problem with Gingras or Brisebois ?

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What is the problem with Gingras or Brisebois ?
1. our Def. coach is Pearn. Muller works with special teams and forwards. Gingras and Brisebois were Ds.

2. Gingras is ancient and has little relevance to today's NHL. The only reason you suggest he is a good choice is what you have in common with him.

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1. our Def. coach is Pearn. Muller works with special teams and forwards. Gingras and Brisebois were Ds.

2. Gingras is ancient and has little relevance to today's NHL. The only reason you suggest he is a good choice is what you have in common with him.


No sorry I'm not an ex Habs defenseman that is still coaching young players and hold hockey camps and was actually asked by Guy Boucher to be an assistant coach. You're being ridiculous.

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I was talking about l'antichambre.
Coaching young players (youth) (as you say) is not the same as coaching NHL players. Apples and oranges. Like I said, little relevance.


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There are many ex players we would like to see behind the habs bench as asisstant coach. Gingras is not on that list, neither is Brian Englomb or Andre Racicot.

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I was talking about l'antichambre.
Coaching young players (youth) (as you say) is not the same as coaching NHL players. Apples and oranges. Like I said, little relevance.
Muller didn't even do that with youth and he is a pretty good assistant coach what's your point ? like I said Guy Boucher asked Gingras to be his assistant coach, I think it's fair to say that he probably know more who is qualify for the job than you.

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Muller didn't even do that with youth and he is a pretty good assistant coach what's your point ? like I said Guy Boucher asked Gingras to be his assistant coach, I think it's fair to say that he probably know more who is qualify for the job than you.
ok ok you re right, we should hire gingras because our old ahl coach once wanted to hire him but didn't.

if you want to get into CVs, gingras played 476 NHL games and was a journeyman. Muller played 1349 (ALMOST 3 times as many) was captain of the Canadiens, was our 1st line center when we won the Cup for the last time. Muller retired in 2003. Gingras last played in the NHL in 1989 and went on to play in Europe, the AHL and the ECHL.

the NHL today is nothing like the NHL of 1989. So like I said, little relevance to today. Might as well hire Perron, he was in the NHL just before 1989 and he worked on l'antichambre too didn't he? or was it 110%?


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ok ok you re right, we should hire gingras because our old ahl coach once wanted to hire him but didn't.
Gingras declined the offer, I really don't know what do you have against the guy he would be a fine candidate IMO. There is alot of choice was just proposing another name than just Cunneyworth. Mike Keane would also be a nice pick and he just retired from hockey.

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Peter DeBoer or Randy Cunneyworth
My pick would be DeBoer. I'd like Cunneyworth to stay in Hamilton and teach the kids.

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I was talking about l'antichambre.
Coaching young players (youth) (as you say) is not the same as coaching NHL players. Apples and oranges. Like I said, little relevance.
That's Gaston Therrien not Gaston Gingras. I think Gaston Gingras could do a decent job. Didn't he worked with the Habs organization before?

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À part de ça, je travaille avec les recrues des Canadiens. 2009
I'm not crazy, I knew he used to be part of our organisation, at least as a consultant.


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1. our Def. coach is Pearn. Muller works with special teams and forwards. Gingras and Brisebois were Ds.

2. Gingras is ancient and has little relevance to today's NHL. The only reason you suggest he is a good choice is what you have in common with him.
dman are the best coaches to work on special teams and pp's / with forwards.

because they understand how the opposition works and they can share that knowledge with their players, on their weaknesses and how to get past them.

dman make bad dman coaches but make good forward coaches and vice versa.

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then why are there so many x-dmen as d-man coaches in the NHL?

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