Hell of a goalie. Top 5 of his era, i'd say top 3 along with Brodeur and Hasek, with Belfour and Joseph behind them. As a coach, meh. Some greats are just meant to play and retire and leave the game behind, while few are able to transition very well to coaching/management/league executives. Later Patty.
Not sure I would say "meh". He had a very good career coaching in the Q, and in the NHL he has already won the Jack Adams. Sure his last 2 seasons were not the best, but lets put this in perspective, he has only coached for 3 years and he took over a team that did not make the playoffs for 3 years.
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