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01-15-2006, 10:36 PM
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Gainey's plan for trade...

Here is a plan :

1-Try to do trade : not working
2-Fire Julien to force player to play harder for some games
3-After they played some good games and increase there value, try to trade them again

Of course he do not fire Julien just to make a better trade. But it could be part of the plan...

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Wow you should be the Habs GM !

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Originally Posted by Habsology
Here is a plan :

1-Try to do trade : not working
2-Fire Julien to force player to play harder for some games
3-After they played some good games and increase there value, try to trade them again

Of course he do not fire Julien just to make a better trade. But it could be part of the plan...
A master plan... muahahahaha (evil laugh)

No more seriously, Julien was fired to send a message to the players that now, they won't have second chances. the boss is behind they have to perform and those who won't will get the door.

Julien paid the price, i wish i knew what was going on in the locker room... Should be interesting.

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IMO , Julien has lost his team because 3 things ;

He was to severe with the young ; Perezhogin is the best exemple

He was constently changing his lines .Players hated that

He changed his system to play a more safe game. At the start of the season , the team was playing really fast and they were 2 players to forechecked . 2 1 2 systeme . It was keeping the players in their game. Than he changed for a prudent 1-2-2 system , where the players are more giving the ice to the other team .

We saw it yesterday ; they returned to the other system , and were skating fsatly to the d-men of the Sharks .

The players didn't want to played for him because of that .

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01-15-2006, 11:48 PM
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Here is a plan :

1-Try to do trade : not working
2-Fire Julien to force player to play harder for some games
3-After they played some good games and increase there value, try to trade them again

Of course he do not fire Julien just to make a better trade. But it could be part of the plan...
smart post
And... it could be very possible.

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IMO , Julien has lost his team because 3 things ;

He was to severe with the young ; Perezhogin is the best exemple

He was constently changing his lines .Players hated that

He changed his system to play a more safe game. At the start of the season , the team was playing really fast and they were 2 players to forechecked . 2 1 2 systeme . It was keeping the players in their game. Than he changed for a prudent 1-2-2 system , where the players are more giving the ice to the other team .

We saw it yesterday ; they returned to the other system , and were skating fsatly to the d-men of the Sharks .

The players didn't want to played for him because of that .
I pretty much agree. The most important was the safe game approach. It had the opposite effect and made players more tentative. It just seemed to tell the players that the coaching staff was expecting them to make mistakes and lose games unless they played cautiously. It amounts to saying that the only way to win was to NOT lose, which seemed to devastate the team's overall confidence.

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IMO , Julien has lost his team because 3 things ;

He was to severe with the young ; Perezhogin is the best exemple

He was constently changing his lines .Players hated that

He changed his system to play a more safe game. At the start of the season , the team was playing really fast and they were 2 players to forechecked . 2 1 2 systeme . It was keeping the players in their game. Than he changed for a prudent 1-2-2 system , where the players are more giving the ice to the other team .

We saw it yesterday ; they returned to the other system , and were skating fsatly to the d-men of the Sharks .

The players didn't want to played for him because of that .
I agree. They went from a speed pressure attack game to lay back disjointed game.

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01-16-2006, 07:23 PM
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smart post
And... it could be very possible.
thx

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01-16-2006, 07:31 PM
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IMO , Julien has lost his team because 3 things ;

He was to severe with the young ; Perezhogin is the best exemple

He was constently changing his lines .Players hated that

He changed his system to play a more safe game. At the start of the season , the team was playing really fast and they were 2 players to forechecked . 2 1 2 systeme . It was keeping the players in their game. Than he changed for a prudent 1-2-2 system , where the players are more giving the ice to the other team .

We saw it yesterday ; they returned to the other system , and were skating fsatly to the d-men of the Sharks .

The players didn't want to played for him because of that .
Good analysis. That is why we were in bad situation. It doesn't mean the plan is wrong. I still think there will be trades.

In fact I hardly see another plan available.

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01-16-2006, 08:21 PM
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no this is the plan when we were playing bad no one wanted our players ,they tried to get them for nothing saying their value is down but now ribeiro scores 3 goals in last 2 games and theodore is playing great i.d tell the other teams who call back now to go play with themselves and call someone else because now it's too late.They weren't there when we needed something done now get lost.

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no this is the plan when we were playing bad no one wanted our players ,they tried to get them for nothing saying their value is down but now ribeiro scores 3 goals in last 2 games and theodore is playing great i.d tell the other teams who call back now to go play with themselves and call someone else because now it's too late.They weren't there when we needed something done now get lost.
I agree to your post except that I would listen when someone call for a trade anytime. And I think that is what BG is doing.

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