And you can make excuses for his system all you want, but if you get the same exact result for five or six years (despite your roster) suggests maybe you need a new approach.
Seemed to work well for Washington and Nashville so far. Why is it so hard to believe that maybe there's a coach out there who's system is more suited for the roster we already have?
The other option is to fire the GM, team President, scouts, trainers, prospect developers...and replace them with a more Babcockian alternative. Which is brilliant if it weren't for the fact that Ken Holland's organizational philosophy wasn't DRAMATICALLY more effective than Mike Babcock's.
For the millionth time. Babcock is a good coach. But he's not the right coach for this team. Get someone else, or get the same results.
Totally agree. It's funnyb to me how the media pumps up Babcock and take this automatic tone that Babcock's going to leave the Wings for a better team. Maybe so. But maybe, just maybe, management wants a change as much or more than Babcock does.....
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