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01-20-2014, 04:08 PM
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Would Bob Hartley do a better job with this team?

I often wonder if Bob Hartley would do a better coaching job than Michel Therrien. I like to think he would not bench P.K. Subban and not break up successful lines.

Do not forget he was in the running for the coaching job until he got the call for the Flames open spot!

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MT playing Parros 3 minutes is more than enough, he'd be a top 9 under Hartley.

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Probably not, no.

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A thread about Laviolette, and now another one about Hartley.

Come on !

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100% not.

He did great in Hersey.
He had a full cupboard in Colorado, and won a cup, and got fired soon after.
He did nothing in Atlanta
He has done nothing in Calgary.

But he is French so.... that makes him qualified?

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I often wonder if Bob Hartley would do a better coaching job than Michel Therrien. I like to think he would not bench P.K. Subban and not break up successful lines.

Do not forget he was in the running for the coaching job until he got the call for the Flames open spot!
Don't think so to be honest. We are struggling to score on a consistent level as it is, Hartley out in Calgary are trying to string atleast a goal every game.

I honestly feel that the next coach with be Marc Crawford. He gets heated when need, seems like a guy who could get us to our fast paced hockey again. I personally feel like the Habs are either flat footed a lot lately and trying to carry it in themselves as individuals and failing.

I think Marc is a good coach and could get our team to be what they are which isn't a grinding team, but a fast forechecking team that takes away passed in the offensive zone when using our speed. Lately it's been a mess. I think Bergevin will upgrade the team in the offseason and if I'm not mistaken Therrien is on the final year of his contract. I think he will add pieces and have a new coach in place to use the new pieces.

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We really don't need another coaching thread.

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