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06-13-2010, 07:23 PM
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Interview with Carbo

Tonight Sunday, June 13th at 9 pm. SRC.
"On prend toujours un train pour la vie"

http://www.radio-canada.ca/emissions...r_la_vie/2010/

he is talking Habs in the commercial, Michel Bergeron is in the show too.

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06-13-2010, 08:34 PM
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only way he goes back to coaching in the NHL is if he goes back to the minors

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i agree, i don't think he really have a choice or if a friend of him became GM of a team.

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So you think his past, including head coach in Montreal has no value?
No value imo. If I was a GM in this league, I'd hire Mike Keenan before him. The fact that he doesn't want to go and do the work in the AHL tells me alot. He's not a coach, he doesn't want to win at all costs, he's not willing to do what it takes.

He hasn't proven much. I'd hire Muller before I'd hire Carbs.

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No value imo. If I was a GM in this league, I'd hire Mike Keenan before him. The fact that he doesn't want to go and do the work in the AHL tells me alot. He's not a coach, he doesn't want to win at all costs, he's not willing to do what it takes.

He hasn't proven much. I'd hire Muller before I'd hire Carbs.
"He's not a coach, he doesn't want to win at all costs, he's not willing to do what it takes."

WoW...

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the best part was the view of a player after a trade....

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No value imo. If I was a GM in this league, I'd hire Mike Keenan before him. The fact that he doesn't want to go and do the work in the AHL tells me alot. He's not a coach, he doesn't want to win at all costs, he's not willing to do what it takes.

He hasn't proven much. I'd hire Muller before I'd hire Carbs.
Yes because Muller went to do the work in the AHL..

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the best part was the view of a player after a trade....
Details baby, details

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sorry for my english but i will give a try with more than one sentence...

he explained he had a meeting with Serge Savard and Jacques Demers after the front page picture on "Le Journal de Montread" an he was sure everything was ok. He was pretty upset he was trade for basically a minor player in Jim Montgomery who only play five game with the Habs. His wife had to take care of his two daughters after the trade because he was always at the arena, how he didn't take care of a 14t years old teenager after the move. He talk about a phone call he had with is father the year Dallas win the cup, is father told him you better win it this year because i won't be here next year. He also spoke after he won his last cup when he throw all his equipment in the garbage and he don't have anything left.


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So you think his past, including head coach in Montreal has no value?
has some value but sitll needs to go back down. Therrien did it and so did Vigneault.

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So you think his past, including head coach in Montreal has no value?
The NHL is a select club of friends and the frenchies do not have a lot of friends given the population. Look at Therrien, not only he went back to the American League, it had to be another frenchie that hired him, Mario Lemieux.

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Yes because Muller went to do the work in the AHL..
Muller was coaching Queen's University hockey team instead of staying at home expecting a call because he is Kirk Muller.

And to the people getting offended because Carbo was a great hockey player need to understand that whatever he did before has little to no relevance in his new career.

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Muller was coaching Queen's University hockey team instead of staying at home expecting a call because he is Kirk Muller.

And to the people getting offended because Carbo was a great hockey player need to understand that whatever he did before has little to no relevance in his new career.
Not exactly a great hockey program. Coaching junior A would probably by the same.

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Yes because Muller went to do the work in the AHL..
Well has he had the opportunity? He was a head coach at Queens before coming in as an assistant in Montreal. I don't think he would be against giving it a try as head coach in Hamilton.

Carbo should be willing to coach in the minors if a guy like Paul Maurice, who has a much better coaching pedigree then Carbo, was willing to coach in the AHL.

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So you think his past, including head coach in Montreal has no value?
Outside his one year success, which many attribute mainly to luck, he's got quite a poor track record.

Bad rookie year, making huge mistakes after another.
Lucky sophomore year that coincided with Price's start. Our system was truly all about the PP, something he wasn't even in charge of.
Third year, a complete zoo, he gets fired.

He gets a 2nd chance at coaching when offered the U18 team this year. They end the tournament with their worst record ever.
True to himself, Carbo doesn't take any of the blame, he prefers to say things such as ''if guys like Seguin were here, I don't know if we would have won, but it would have made things a lot easier''...Way to knock on your players...
Or ''I would have loved to get a 3-4day training camp and 2 exhibition games instead of 1''..

That's what I mostly hated with Carbo over here. Nothing was ever his fault. He'd blame the world before looking at himself.


Carbo never coached in the minors, a step he obviously wasn't talented enough to skip.

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Not exactly a great hockey program. Coaching junior A would probably by the same.
Buts its about the principle. Muller was willing to work at the very bottom, he didn't demand the prestige of the NHL, he started where he could.

Carbo hasn't shown that he is willing to go down and work. Its no suprise teams like Columbus aren't calling him. He's taking the Wayne Gretzky route, I was a good player, so I will only coach in the show.

I can respect guys like Doug Gilmour, Patrick Roy who are willing to go slug it out on the long bus rides in JR hockey to learn the ropes of coaching. It just shows how passionate those guys are about hockey. They want to learn at any costs.

I don't get that impression from Carbs.

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