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12-10-2003, 09:47 PM
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This makes me like Paul Maurice less...

You don't do this to a guy...

That's just horrible IMO...
And don't guys usually step up when their parents drove from that far away to watch him?

Just an acehole type of thing to do...

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12-10-2003, 09:57 PM
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Across the prairies in the winter... ouch. All 25 of them drove through those conditions and look what happens.

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12-10-2003, 11:07 PM
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Very classless act from a guy who i thought was a classy underrated coach. I would be angry if i was Bayda, i mean your family took the time out of their lives to come and support you, make a trip to see him play
Cry me a river. This ain't Disneyland and Bayda hasn't deserved a special status so far. This team is out of the playoffs and Maurice is most likely on his last stint with this team. He's been there forever and I doubt he'll be in place next year unless there is a spectacular turn of event. I think he knows that to.

He thus has nothing to lose.


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If anything Bayda would have played 10x harder because his parents were there and his family.
Well, next time, Bayda can play 10x harder a couple of games BEFORE he gets to play in front of his family. That way, he doesn't get cut on a special occasion for him.

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NHL is becoming pretty sad nowadays, it doesn't hold as much respect as it used to, instead of players wanting to play in the NHL soo desperately, they don't mind going over seas to play, now i know why, the classiness about the NHL went away years ago.
Wow. Glad this ridiculously small incident "opened your eyes". You're right. There's a loss of respect in the NHL and that's definitly because bubble players can't play in front of their family

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12-10-2003, 11:15 PM
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Something tells me other NHL coaches have done this before, so.....

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12-10-2003, 11:42 PM
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Something tells me other NHL coaches have done this before, so.....
I was going to give an example, then I saw your name, and figured we were talking about the same incident. You were alluding to the Daneyko/Ftorek controversy right?

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12-10-2003, 11:48 PM
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I do remember that while Mike Keenan was in vancouver, he didn't dress the GREAT Enrico Ciccone in his hometown of Montreal. I do believe he wasn't with the team too much longer after he publicly complained about not playing

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12-11-2003, 12:00 AM
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I do remember that while Mike Keenan was in vancouver, he didn't dress the GREAT Enrico Ciccone in his hometown of Montreal. I do believe he wasn't with the team too much longer after he publicly complained about not playing
Wow, Ciccone complained about not playing? Wow. That is truly, beyond words. I mean, whoa. Breathtaking.

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12-11-2003, 03:37 AM
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Very classless act from a guy who i thought was a classy underrated coach.
Classy, maybe. Underrated, I may have to ask you to explain that part.

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Sutter did the same thing to Kobasew last week in Vancouver. The wake-up call seems to have got through as Kobasew has been playing pretty well the last few games.

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yes maurice is a horrible person for doing this...

mayube the family can stay in edmonton and go to the calgary game. Bayada im sure can hold them over in a hotel for a few more days.

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I see nothing wrong with that Paul Maurice did.

He felt that whomever was in place of Ryan Bayda's spot that game would give his team a better chance to win. What's so wrong about that?

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I was going to give an example, then I saw your name, and figured we were talking about the same incident. You were alluding to the Daneyko/Ftorek controversy right?
Care to elaborate?

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12-11-2003, 08:38 AM
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I was going to give an example, then I saw your name, and figured we were talking about the same incident. You were alluding to the Daneyko/Ftorek controversy right?
With Ftorek in Jersey, I believe it was more like "incidents" plural. Daneyko was benched in several big games - pretty sure one was supposed to be a milestone game for him where all his friends and family were in the house. I think coaches like Mike Keenan do this from time to time as well if I'm not mistaken.

 
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