ODB wrote: FML!!!
Wish #1 denied.
Aaronp18 wrote:We'll just have to settle for some off-season roster moves and if things don't go well AV's leash may be a short one!
$lacker wrote:Strangelove wrote:Let's face it, Gillis doesn't have the gonads to fire AV....
It does give him another bullet in the barrel should the season go sideways...
Strangelove wrote:Let's face it, Gillis doesn't have the gonads to fire AV....
The Pens eventually lost in the 2008 Stanley Cup Finals to the Detroit Red Wings in six games, finishing the playoffs with a 14-6 record. On July 18, 2008, Therrien signed a contract extension with the Penguins through the 2010–11 NHL season.
The next season, The Penguins shot out to one of the best starts in franchise history, only to slow down considerably heading into December. The slide continued, and on February 15, 2009, a day after the 6-2 loss to the Maple Leafs and with the Penguins struggling to stay in the playoff race, Therrien was relieved of his duties as head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Therrien finished four games behind Eddie Johnston for the longest tenure as Penguins' head coach. Dan Bylsma took over as head coach. He continued to reside in Pittsburgh and followed the team as they advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals and won the Stanley cup in game 7 in Detroit.
tantalum wrote: But fans and players shouldn't be so naive as to think Gillis won't remove AV if he doesn't see immediate improvements to the game. I'm not sure a slow start will be tolerated nearly as much this upcoming season.
ODB wrote:So you agree, or you would assume Gillis agrees, immediate improvements are required.
Then why Fuckin bring him back?
ODB wrote:Fuck it, I'm done... This stress is no good for a guy. Just remember... Ohdee would have NEVER brought Alain back.
NOTHING anyone says will ever convince me it was a good idea.
This subject is dead to me, enjoy....
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