Okay that settles it. Thanks.
I'm clearly in the minority here. And that's fine. He has earned much of his hardware when there was no salary cap.
I don't think he's been that terrific lately.
Just my two cents. We apparently disagree though. Which is fine. Neither of us get to fire or retain him anyways.
You've clearly got an axe to grind, which is the point of contention.
You're blaming Holland for things like Nyquist being small and lost, and Stephen Weiss being less effective than he was prior to an injury he didn't have when Holland traded for him.
You're right to say that Holland has made some mistakes over the years. Nobody would argue that. But you're attributing things to him which are totally asinine.
And what's more, you're doing it while the team is actually performing pretty well in the playoffs. Which also suggests some sort of agenda. You might have a point if we'd just been swept. But we didn't. We've played well and earned a 7th game. Why don't you wait and see how the season turns out before assigning blame/finger pointing.