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04-07-2012, 02:06 PM
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Fair, but even if your assumptions are correct, it doesn't make any of it particularly insightful.

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That is so wrong and pre-conceived on hater or lack of knowledge of the game, I don't know where to start. Because you don't like physical play or fighting in the NHL doesn't mean that it's not an important factor.

If I were to ask you if you know your hockey, you'd say that you do, right? How many pro games have you played? What's your hockey experience at a level deemed worth talking about? So because you haven't played or coached that level doesn't make you less knowledgeable, right?

So why is the fact that Cherry hasn't coached in 30 years a factor again? Because his beliefs go against yours when it comes to style of play he (and I) likes?
Like I said, Cherry clowns for drooling, knuckle draggers..............

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Well, I'm still waiting for the promised insight.

What he says is 100% predictable: rails on needing toughness, character, and makes poor Randy into a victim (nevermind his coaching was terrible).
Considering he was a lame duck coach, basically, I thought Cunneyworth did well. I would think he'll be picked up in a NY minute once the Habs let him go.
I think the Habs should at least give him the chance to go Rosetta Stone over the summer and then take it from there, before they can him.

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Considering he was a lame duck coach, basically, I thought Cunneyworth did well.
I shudder to think what might have happened if Cunneyworth had done poorly.

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I shudder to think what might have happened if Cunneyworth had done poorly.
finish 34th in the league

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I shudder to think what might have happened if Cunneyworth had done poorly.
Of course, only stats matter. The situation he was brought into didn't play at all in the balance and neither do the other factors out of his control. It's a sad world, really...

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