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04-07-2007, 01:20 PM
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With all this talk about Renney...

I think what gets lost is the job Schoenfeld did. He took a team that had significant turnover and was comprised largely of 20-23 year olds and somehow turned that team around, made them into a contender, and saw through the development of many young players, a few of which have seen the NHL and a couple of which are still there. That guy, I think, did a great job.

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The guys down in Hartford definitly deserve alot of credit for what they have done to prepare these players to jump into the NHL and not look out of place. To Jim Schoenfeld and his staff.

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yeah they have done a hell of a job....contract extensions all around!

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IThat guy, I think, did a great job.
Good point, Fletch. I thought that Hartford was really taking a hit when they let McGill go, but like his predecessor, Schony has had his players ready to play when their name gets called up. He has been able to have the farm system be a place where the big club can really lean on, much like the Devils have for years. He has really developed a sense of chemistry and accountability down there.

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I think what gets lost is the job Schoenfeld did. He took a team that had significant turnover and was comprised largely of 20-23 year olds and somehow turned that team around, made them into a contender, and saw through the development of many young players, a few of which have seen the NHL and a couple of which are still there. That guy, I think, did a great job.
No argument from me, Fletch...but, what I think we're seeing is that there is a structure in place now to be successful. Maybe this is Sather's vision, maybe he's a figurehead...whatever. He doles out the responsibility, which is what successful leaders do. Maloney oversees the procurement of talent, Schoenfeld molds the raw talent, and Renney implements the final product. People can debate whether Sather is in charge, or whether he even deserves to be doing so, but, finally, this team is on the right track.

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Schoneys job is to polish the raw talent given to him by Satherony. Look at the poise of Girardi and Callahan and its safe to say that he is doing just that.


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He's done a great job. Let's hope the kids he's sent up continue the way they have, and that there are more to come next season.

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Oh how quickly things change when you clinch the playoffs.

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Oh how quickly things change when you clinch the playoffs.
Schoenfeld did a great job this year regardless of whether or not we made the playoffs, at least I hope that this would have been understood regardless.

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