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10-10-2009, 12:00 PM
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Sergei Kostitsyn getting good reviews in Hamilton

Matthias Brunet, in an article in cyberpresse.ca, writes about the reception of SKost by the Bulldogs coach Guy Boucher and his assistants.

Brunet recounts that Boucher's approach to the younger of the two brothers is one that opens dialogue and keeps this conversation going fluidly. He also states that Boucher has given SKost a written description of what he needs to do so as to get back in the NHL

More encouraging is the fact that it looks like our young prospect is receiving all of this with his head up and positively.

Also, Boucher told Brunet that it's not in the Canadiens plan to lose Kostitsyn. They (through Boucher) see him in the same group (as valuable) as Subban & Maxwell.

For me this is all very uplifting. I have always hoped that this young talent could be brought back into the fold as a valuable contributor. He is a talented player and to lose him as we did others would be most discouraging.

Go Boucher! Go SK! Go Canadiens!

For those who can read French:

http://www.cyberpresse.ca/sports/hoc...m_medium=email

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I don't want us to give up on him, i think he still has second line winger written all over him ! He is a fiesty little bugger !

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I don't beleive him Sergei must be a punk with a bad attitude
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great news! Cant coach talent, but you can definitely help motivate and help change attitude!

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I hope he does turn it around and realize that he has a great opportunity with the Habs and it's up to him not to blow it. Looks like they have someone who will make him work properly and prosper.

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I really do hope he improves his game - and attitude - dramatically in Hamilton. It's the only way the organization can make a decent trade when they ship him out of town.

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I really do hope he improves his game - and attitude - dramatically in Hamilton. It's the only way the organization can make a decent trade when they ship him out of town.

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Just because you act like a punk doesn't mean you're a bad kid and can't mature

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Just because you act like a punk doesn't mean you're a bad kid and can't mature
You're right I really hope he learns it's a team sport and learns to play well. And I really hope his brother wakes up this way Plekanec can have 2 good wingers on his line

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I just hope they gonna take the TIME to fix him properly.

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Just because you act like a punk doesn't mean you're a bad kid and can't mature
I never said Sergei was a punk, it's just funny to see people jump to conclusion in his case. Boucher only had good word for him so far.

If the organisition lose Sergei it will be a huge mistake but I don't think Martin and Bob will act like overreacting fans

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Seriously,

Is this Guy Boucher any good or what ?! Yes, a Psychology degre will make you that !!

With the way he speaks and the way he approachs things there's no doubt that this guy will be a great great coach in the NHL. Boucher is very methodic and it reflects how powerful a bachelor degree is. Everything seems so smooth with him. This guy has a brain that's for sure, unlike some Ex-hockey player that becomes coach... Like someone we all know that got shown the door recently.

He knows what he's doing and how to do it.

It's easy to see why Boucher got chosen for the Bulldogs head coach job instead of the two other candidates. IMO, it wasn't even close !!

I'm pretty sure that he destroyed the competition by a wide margin.

Overall, Bachelor degree + anything = Great !!

It's a lesson for the people who planned on giving up on education and instead will go and try to find a job at 8-14$ per hour for the rest of you're life...

As for Sergei, I still hope the Habs trade him as soon as possible so he can flourish elsewhere. Martin and Gainey doesn't seems to have high hopes for Sergei.



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Is this Guy Boucher is good or what ?! Yes, a Psychology degre will make you that !!

With the way he speaks and the way he approachs things there's no doubt that this guy will be a great great coach in the NHL. Boucher is very methodic and it reflects how powerful a bachelor degree be. Everything seems so smooth with him. This guy has a brain that's for sure, unlike some Ex-hockey player that becomes coach... Like someone we all know that got shown the door recently.

He knows what he's doing and how to do it.

It's easy to see why Boucher got chosen for the Bulldogs head coach job instead of the two other candidates. IMO, it wasn't even close !!

I'm pretty sure that he destroyed the competition by a wide margin.

Overall, Bachelor degree + anything = Great !!

It's a lesson for the people who planned on giving up on education and instead will go and try to find a job at 8-14$ per hour for the rest of you're life...

As for Sergei, I still hope the Habs trade him as soon as possible so he can flourish elsewhere. Martin and Gainey doesn't seems to have high hopes for Sergei.




He won't flourish ANYWHERE with the attitude he had so far. And The habs organization knew very well what they were doing by sending him down to Hamilton. They will fix him, or he will rotten in the AHL or KHL for the rest of his playing carreer.

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Writing the stuff down is ****ing genius...I hope Sergei changes his attitude towards his career and becomes the player he's supposed to be.

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Seriously,

Is this Guy Boucher any good or what ?! Yes, a Psychology degre will make you that !!

With the way he speaks and the way he approachs things there's no doubt that this guy will be a great great coach in the NHL. Boucher is very methodic and it reflects how powerful a bachelor degree is. Everything seems so smooth with him. This guy has a brain that's for sure, unlike some Ex-hockey player that becomes coach... Like someone we all know that got shown the door recently.

He knows what he's doing and how to do it.

It's easy to see why Boucher got chosen for the Bulldogs head coach job instead of the two other candidates. IMO, it wasn't even close !!

I'm pretty sure that he destroyed the competition by a wide margin.

Overall, Bachelor degree + anything = Great !!

It's a lesson for the people who planned on giving up on education and instead will go and try to find a job at 8-14$ per hour for the rest of you're life...

As for Sergei, I still hope the Habs trade him as soon as possible so he can flourish elsewhere. Martin and Gainey doesn't seems to have high hopes for Sergei.


Who are you and what have you done with Erika

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Matthias Brunet, in an article in cyberpresse.ca, writes about the reception of SKost by the Bulldogs coach Guy Boucher and his assistants.

Brunet recounts that Boucher's approach to the younger of the two brothers is one that opens dialogue and keeps this conversation going fluidly. He also states that Boucher has given SKost a written description of what he needs to do so as to get back in the NHL

More encouraging is the fact that it looks like our young prospect is receiving all of this with his head up and positively.

Also, Boucher told Brunet that it's not in the Canadiens plan to lose Kostitsyn. They (through Boucher) see him in the same group (as valuable) as Subban & Maxwell.

For me this is all very uplifting. I have always hoped that this young talent could be brought back into the fold as a valuable contributor. He is a talented player and to lose him as we did others would be most discouraging.

Go Boucher! Go SK! Go Canadiens!

For those who can read French:

http://www.cyberpresse.ca/sports/hoc...m_medium=email
I'd lose to see that list

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With the way he speaks and the way he approachs things there's no doubt that this guy will be a great great coach in the NHL. Boucher is very methodic and it reflects how powerful a bachelor degree be. Everything seems so smooth with him. This guy has a brain that's for sure, unlike some Ex-hockey player that becomes coach... Like someone we all know that got shown the door recently.
He has a masters degree in Psychology, studied Arts/Engineering at the Bachelor level. I really like the way he coaches, he knows how to effectively communicate with his players and bring out the best out of every single one of them. No doubt that his studies have helped him develop that ability. At the university level, they really emphasize on the importance of communication, as miscommunication is often the cause of many problems. In a team setting, everyone player is unique and has a different way of seeing and doing things. As the leader or coach, you have to show them that you understand them first in order to gain their respect and make them listen to you. You then have to clearly let them know what your expectations are and define the role you want them to play. Guy Boucher demonstrates that perfectly.

By the way, nice article by Matthias Brunet. It took someone like him to finally bring up an article that shows another side of the one-sided picture that most medias portrayed.

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Kostitsyn didn't look very good in his first game, wonder what Boucher thinks of his play from last night. Hope he can get him going for whatever his future is as he's highly skilled just needs to get back on track.

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I love Guy Boucher's approach, but all this seems very convenient if you want my opinion. Boucher seems to have a mandate to make it look like Sergei is just misunderstood, and he's working really hard...blah, blah, blah.

I would like to think that's not the case, but I don't understand how a player can look very engaged in the team, and then turn around to a journalist and say I'm not here for long I'm getting traded in a couple of weeks. Something just doesn't fit in all of this

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I love Guy Boucher's approach, but all this seems very convenient if you want my opinion. Boucher seems to have a mandate to make it look like Sergei is just misunderstood, and he's working really hard...blah, blah, blah.

I would like to think that's not the case, but I don't understand how a player can look very engaged in the team, and then turn around to a journalist and say I'm not here for long I'm getting traded in a couple of weeks. Something just doesn't fit in all of this
Yes, because God knows Sergei was never criticized..He was always protected, especially during the Mob War.

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Nice, get him going, raise his value and trade him.

TBH, I don't care if he's dealt, or not, he,s still a ******.

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Seriously,

Is this Guy Boucher any good or what ?! Yes, a Psychology degre will make you that !!

With the way he speaks and the way he approachs things there's no doubt that this guy will be a great great coach in the NHL. Boucher is very methodic and it reflects how powerful a bachelor degree is. Everything seems so smooth with him. This guy has a brain that's for sure, unlike some Ex-hockey player that becomes coach... Like someone we all know that got shown the door recently.

He knows what he's doing and how to do it.

It's easy to see why Boucher got chosen for the Bulldogs head coach job instead of the two other candidates. IMO, it wasn't even close !!

I'm pretty sure that he destroyed the competition by a wide margin.

Overall, Bachelor degree + anything = Great !!

It's a lesson for the people who planned on giving up on education and instead will go and try to find a job at 8-14$ per hour for the rest of you're life...

As for Sergei, I still hope the Habs trade him as soon as possible so he can flourish elsewhere. Martin and Gainey doesn't seems to have high hopes for Sergei.


A bachelor degree is'nt much!

Not everyone is meant for school, people brains are wired and work differently.

You can get a very good paying job without a degree, it is more about are driven you are in life, what you ambitions are or people you know.
Firefighters and police officers make very good money, actually they make more then teacher who have a bachelor degree and a extra year of practicum.


I believe that people should follow their dreams rather then go to school to be a doctor just for the prestige it brings $$$

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