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01-21-2006, 01:49 PM
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Who will be Carbo's assistant

Just wondering if BG had made any decision on who will assist when Guy takes over next year. One guy keeps coming to my mind .... Larry Robinson. He dosen't want the pressure of head coach, but i think he would compliment GC greatly and his head coaching experience would prove to be an invaluable assest/resource. Quesion is do LR ever want to be back in?

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Doug Jarvis is the associate coach now, I think he'll just remain as Guy's assistant coach next season.

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Michel Bergeron and Jacques Demers. Patrick Roy as goalie coach.

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Doug Jarvis is the associate coach now, I think he'll just remain as Guy's assistant coach next season.
Does he have much experience?

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Does he have much experience?
From here: http://www.canadiens.com/eng/team/re...absCoaches.cfm


Doug Jarvis joined the Canadiens’ coaching staff following two seasons as the Hamilton Bulldogs head coach. Named head coach of the Canadiens’ AHL affiliate team on July 31, 2003, Jarvis posted a 79-54-10-17 coaching record with the Bulldogs. In 2003-04, he led his team to first place in the AHL North Division with a 41-25-10-4 record. Jarvis was an assistant coach with the Dallas Stars for 14 seasons, from 1988 to 2002 - including the franchise’s last five years of in Minnesota prior to moving to Dallas – which is one of the longest tenures for an assistant coach with the same NHL club. In Dallas, he won one Stanley Cup (1999), took part in two more finals (1991 and 2000), won the President’s Trophy twice (1998 and 1999) and contributed to five division titles, from 1996 to 2001. During his final season as a professional hockey player, back in 1987-88, he was a player-coach with the AHL Binghamton Whalers. Jarvis played 13 seasons in the NHL with the Canadiens, Washington Capitals and the Hartford Whalers. Selected 24th overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1975 NHL Entry Draft, he was a member of the Stanley Cup Champion Canadiens in each of his first four seasons in the NHL, from 1975 to 1979. A highly respected player for his stellar defensive play, Jarvis was awarded the Frank J. Selke Trophy in 1984 as the NHL’s top defensive forward. In 1987, he was the recipient of the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy for his perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. Jarvis’ most significant milestone remains his NHL record of 964 consecutive regular season games. A model of consistency, he did not miss a single game throughout his entire NHL career from October 8, 1975 to October 10, 1987. During that amazing stretch he recorded 403 career points in regular season (139 goals, 264 assists). Doug Jarvis was born in Brantford, Ontario, on March 24, 1955. Doug and his wife, Linda, have two children; Laura and Landry.

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Patrick Roy as goalie coach.
Him and Theo could trade lynching stories

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– which is one of the longest tenures for an assistant coach with the same NHL club. .
Impressive ....... he'll do

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Doug Jarvis is the associate coach now, I think he'll just remain as Guy's assistant coach next season.
But they would still need a defensive coach (to take over for Green), no?

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But they would still need a defensive coach (to take over for Green), no?

So the LR idea is not dead yet

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What about someone with a more offensive mindset? Carbonneau, Jarvis and Robinson are all primarily defensive types, though they all had varying degrees of offensive ability as players, too. Maybe they should pick up someone who can really develop the powerplay. Kirk Muller would be nice, but I doubt it would happen...any ideas? I recall Denis Savard was player/coach near the end of his career, what happened to him? More experience would be nice, too, but I can't think of anyone out there who needs a job and wouldn't mind being assistant, as opposed to head. Maybe Robinson, but again, more of a defense guy. Thoughts?

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01-21-2006, 02:22 PM
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I really doubt Robinson will ever come back to Montreal, but anything is possible I guess.

As it is right now there are 8 Selke's between Gainey(4), Carbonneau(3) and Jarvis(1). How about an offensive coach!?! lol

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Kirk Muller would be nice, but I doubt it would happen...any ideas?
Kirk Muller would be awsome. I agree that maybe a more offensive mind option would be a good idea. However, whoever it is would have to buy in to GC's system .... which i think will stress defensive responibility first and a good counter attack based on that.

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I really doubt Robinson will ever come back to Montreal, but anything is possible I guess.

As it is right now there are 8 Selke's between Gainey(4), Carbonneau(3) and Jarvis(1). How about an offensive coach!?! lol
The problem is, although they were all defensive players, they all played forward. I think we'd need a player that knows more about defence position to help our d-men. I'd trade McPhee's goats for Robinson

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Too bad Lafleur doesn't coach. I would love to see him behind the bench!

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We should give a spot to Mike Bossy, maybe not has a coach but as a consultor. I remember an interview where he said that Martin Brodeur had weak spot and that there could be new kind of coaches that could help exploit this.

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We should give a spot to Mike Bossy, he would be a good offensive minded coach. I remember an interview where he said that Martin Brodeur had weak spot and that there could be new kind of coaches that could help exploit this.
Tough to have him behind the bench. He'd be too busy peddling his potato chips. Unhealthy choice, really.

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We should give a spot to Mike Bossy, maybe not has a coach but as a consultor. I remember an interview where he said that Martin Brodeur had weak spot and that there could be new kind of coaches that could help exploit this.
Yes. I really do respect Mike Bossy and think he could do a lot for this team.

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What about someone with a more offensive mindset? Carbonneau, Jarvis and Robinson are all primarily defensive types, though they all had varying degrees of offensive ability as players, too. Maybe they should pick up someone who can really develop the powerplay. Kirk Muller would be nice, but I doubt it would happen...any ideas? I recall Denis Savard was player/coach near the end of his career, what happened to him? More experience would be nice, too, but I can't think of anyone out there who needs a job and wouldn't mind being assistant, as opposed to head. Maybe Robinson, but again, more of a defense guy. Thoughts?
I think Muller's involved with the hockey team at Queens, isn't he ? He'd be a good idea, I like the idea of a positive asst. coach and Muller's that type of guy.

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let's just reunite the entire '93 Habs.

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