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09-22-2009, 02:24 PM
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Very encouraging reading.
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I am guessing that you guys will have a new head coach before long as well--Dave Tippet would be my guess. He, King and Burke (who was just promoted to goalie coach and Fuhr was moved to goaltending consultant of some sort--which really means you don't do much) are very tight.

I am guessing a win for the league and no Ballsillie considering these coaching moves.


We can only hope.

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That's right blame LaBarbera for everything. World Hunger? Bad Hair day? It's LaBarbera's fault.
Wrong. That's Gretzky.


j/k

The Gretzky thing might well be over now anyways...

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Wrong. That's Gretzky.
Someone has to replace Gretzky.

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Coyotes assistant coach brings experience

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In his first day as a Coyotes assistant coach, Dave King stopped a drill to teach and explain, and later ran players through what a former NHL player called "Hockey 101."
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"I'm a teacher, that's what I've done. I've coached for 34 years. I guess people always said that's my inclination is to be a bit of teacher and try to help young players with their game, and that's what I'm looking forward to doing."
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"The main thing about coaching is you try to learn every year, and I learned a lot the past four or five years coaching in Europe ," he said. "If you look at hockey overall, it's a hybrid game now. The European game and the North American game used to be distinctly different; now there's much more intermixing of the two games."
I sure do like the sound of that. The Coyotes need a good teacher.

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I don't like the sound of that first quote. Stopping someone to explain something a player considered hockey 101 doesn't sound like the most encouraging thing to me. The other two are pure gold. I'm excited already.

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09-22-2009, 08:17 PM
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I don't like the sound of that first quote. Stopping someone to explain something a player considered hockey 101 doesn't sound like the most encouraging thing to me. The other two are pure gold. I'm excited already.
No, I do like that. Instead of perhaps seeing a problem in the drill and burying your head in the sand and just keep going like nothing's wrong. That's if the coaches even recognize it. In this case King saw something, stopped the drill and presumably fixed the issue. I don't see anything wrong with that. I just hope the other coaches don't take issue with it, but rather welcome it.

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Didn't Enver Lisin once say that the coaches had never spoken to him? This sounds like a change for the better.

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I don't like the sound of that first quote. Stopping someone to explain something a player considered hockey 101 doesn't sound like the most encouraging thing to me. The other two are pure gold. I'm excited already.
It should concern you more than a player has either forgotten or disregarded something considered hockey 101. King can call out everyone for all I care. I watched his interview on the website and given his attitude, and his history, it's safe to say he knows what he is doing.

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No, I do like that. Instead of perhaps seeing a problem in the drill and burying your head in the sand and just keep going like nothing's wrong. That's if the coaches even recognize it. In this case King saw something, stopped the drill and presumably fixed the issue. I don't see anything wrong with that. I just hope the other coaches don't take issue with it, but rather welcome it.
It was the combination of something basic not being done properly, and it going unnoticed by the coaching staff prior. I have no problem with what King did.

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It should concern you more than a player has either forgotten or disregarded something considered hockey 101. King can call out everyone for all I care. I watched his interview on the website and given his attitude, and his history, it's safe to say he knows what he is doing.
Agreed. Obviously it would help to know what the problem was initially was but I just didn't like the sound of that an NHL level hockey player had to be stopped and corrected on something basic. Kudos to King for pointing it out though. Makes you worry what other minor details have not been pointed out.

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http://coyotes.nhl.com/club/news.htm...id=DL|PHX|home
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New Assistant Coach Dave King would have joined the team at the start of training camp, but he had some business in Canada to attend to before coming aboard.
Interesting. He'd have been here since day one, huh? Hmmm...

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Maloney knows King through Tom Renney, the former head coach of the New York Rangers. King was Renney’s mentor, Maloney said.

“I really like his ability to break down opponents and define weaknesses,” Maloney said. “He probably understands the game as good as anybody. He’s really an encyclopedia on the game of the hockey.”
...aaand the inevitable Maloney/Rangers link. Sort of.

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Dave King suffered a heart attack / has since been released /

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hope he is doing ok . 61 years old in great shape does long distance running everyday .

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Things just keep getting worse!

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/2009/...ing_hospital/#

This team is cursed! Dave King suffers a heart attack?

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Dave King suffered a heart attack / has since been released /

breaking news fan960 Calgary

hope he is doing ok . 61 years old in great shape does long distance running everyday .
To be clear: He was released from the hospital, not from his contract with the Coyotes.

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http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/2009/...ing_hospital/#

This team is cursed! Dave King suffers a heart attack?
GREAT even the grim reaper is against us. Quick check RIMM's 10K statement and see if a G. Reaper is on RIMM's payroll.

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Great. I don't know what that means for his coaching career but aside that I hope he's ok.

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Wow, that's horrible to hear. Hopefully King is okay and doesn't have more heart attack problems.

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First of all, I really hope the guy is okay. That's all that really matters, right now.

Beyond that, and pathetically trivial complaint by comparison... WHEN IS THIS ORGANIZATION GOING TO CATCH AN EFFING BREAK!!! This is just getting ridiculous. I mean, COME THE EFF ON!!! A HEART ATTACK, really? REALLY?

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It's only a matter of time before this finds its way into a Balsillie filing.

And I'm not even joking. That's how silly and ridiculous this thing is getting.

Here's hoping the King of Russia gets feeling better soon.

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Hope King gets well soon


but honestly...really? Is this organization cursed???

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but honestly...really? Is this organization cursed???
It has to be. That's all I can figure right now.

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It has to be. That's all I can figure right now.
The team is cursed but has nothing to do with King's arteries over the years building up!
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Also would you say its a curse if Gretzky had a heart attack?
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That's uncalled for...

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Yes, because we all want Gretzky to suffer or possibly die while he is at his all time lowest point in his very illustrious career. Really not called for.

However..

Feel free to break out the Moyes voodoo dolls.

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can we wish Moyes suffers a heart attack? is that acceptable? Have you seen him, it's not far fetched a concept.

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