CJ has to go!!!!

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    CJ has to go!!!!

    Im not saying you completly reinvent the wheel here in bringing someone else in, CJ i think has good Hockey IQ or whatever you want to call it, and his system is good at least in theory even if not well executed at times this year. However, when do you see CJ light a fire under his players, make in game adjustments to counter what the opponent is doing?
    does he ever yell for them to win battles on the boards or to make smart dumps instead of just tossing the puck randomly for a line change? does he allocate ice time correctly to players that deserve it? or does he just throw out the 4 lines regardless of how crappy someone is playing. does he even have a specific game plan for different teams in the playoffs or does he always just have the same defensive game plan????

    IMO he stinks as a head coach, he should design someones trap defense or ect,

    he stands there like an empty suit while things spin out of control

     
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    not 1 of CJ,s biggest fans....its hard to argue with the results he has had,but i think what he has accomplished will be about it....if he could release the reins alittle, & let the talent dictate the direction instead of the direction dictating the talent, PC has laid ground for a pretty good offensive team....only CJ can take this talent & turn it into a defensive fortress, struggling offensive unit....lets hope he sees this talent,turns it into a puck possesion,on your toes,stop us offensive machine....i dont have much faith in him doin this,but ill root like h**l for to....sometimes puck possesion is the best defense 
     
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    The series against philly, you could see there coach very vocal during every game and CJ,  nuttin, and  his system kills goal scorers like ryder, too dam defensve, and CJ should have given rask a break somewhere when they went up 3-0..
     
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    I did not like how CJ handled the Philly comeback but when was the last time that the Bruins went past the first round prior to CJ.  They managed to do it twice in a roll with him. 

    Now don't get me wrong i am not happy with a first round and this team has unfinished business i hope they are as hungry as i am!!
     
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    CJ didnt win the coach of the year in 2009 for nothing ....B's would have had a good chance of winning the Stanley Cup if Krejci would have been playing the whole series..DUH ! ! !

    Stanley Cup to the Bruins in 2011-2012-2013 (only if Blakie stays)
     
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    I did not like how CJ handled the Philly comeback but when was the last time that the Bruins went past the first round prior to CJ.  They managed to do it twice in a roll with him.  Now don't get me wrong i am not happy with a first round and this team has unfinished business i hope they are as hungry as i am!!
    Posted by lucaooo


    I would say they made it to the second last season despite having Julien behind the bench.

    Just because Julien was the coach, it doesn't mean he was the reason.  Matt Hunwick was on both teams also, but I wouldn't pin their success on his play.
     
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    The series against philly, you could see there coach very vocal during every game and CJ,  nuttin, and  his system kills goal scorers like ryder, too dam defensve, and CJ should have given rask a break somewhere when they went up 3-0..
    Posted by wallydouglas


    Ryder was a "goal scorer" in Montreal. Coached by Claude Julien...


     
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    Any other team...he would have been gone the next day - but not this one. He just signed a contract extension, and that will always trump the will to win with this franchise. So we'll just continue with the no chance CJ system for a couple of more years. It didn't work anywhere else for him before he got here, and it ain't gonna work here. Lou Lamoriello saw the writing on the wall. Can you imagine any other coach in the NHL putting Byron Bitz out on the first line ? The man can't coach any offense at all -ZERO. That's why Kessel is gone, Savard is on the way out, and I'm concerned for the development of Seguin. If you owned an NHL team is this the guy you would hire? Not even close-
     
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    Any other team...he would have been gone the next day - but not this one. He just signed a contract extension, and that will always trump the will to win with this franchise. So we'll just continue with the no chance CJ system for a couple of more years. It didn't work anywhere else for him before he got here, and it ain't gonna work here. Lou Lamoriello saw the writing on the wall. Can you imagine any other coach in the NHL putting Byron Bitz out on the first line ? The man can't coach any offense at all -ZERO. That's why Kessel is gone, Savard is on the way out, and I'm concerned for the development of Seguin. If you owned an NHL team is this the guy you would hire? Not even close-
    Posted by JWensink


    I agree that Julien is a poor coach, and I agree that he'd be fired by another team.

    His inability to coach the offense properly is not the reason Kessel left town.  Kessel left town because the B's didn't want to meet his crazy demands but the Leafs did.
     
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    Any other team...he would have been gone the next day - but not this one. He just signed a contract extension, and that will always trump the will to win with this franchise. So we'll just continue with the no chance CJ system for a couple of more years. It didn't work anywhere else for him before he got here, and it ain't gonna work here. Lou Lamoriello saw the writing on the wall. Can you imagine any other coach in the NHL putting Byron Bitz out on the first line ? The man can't coach any offense at all -ZERO. That's why Kessel is gone, Savard is on the way out, and I'm concerned for the development of Seguin. If you owned an NHL team is this the guy you would hire? Not even close-
    Posted by JWensink

    Dont forget the likes of steve begin and daniel paille on the first line as well
     
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    In Response to Re: CJ has to go!!!! : I would say they made it to the second last season despite having Julien behind the bench. Just because Julien was the coach, it doesn't mean he was the reason.  Matt Hunwick was on both teams also, but I wouldn't pin their success on his play.
    Posted by Not-A-Shot


    totally agree with you
     
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    Any other team...he would have been gone the next day - but not this one. He just signed a contract extension, and that will always trump the will to win with this franchise. So we'll just continue with the no chance CJ system for a couple of more years. It didn't work anywhere else for him before he got here, and it ain't gonna work here. Lou Lamoriello saw the writing on the wall. Can you imagine any other coach in the NHL putting Byron Bitz out on the first line ? The man can't coach any offense at all -ZERO. That's why Kessel is gone, Savard is on the way out, and I'm concerned for the development of Seguin. If you owned an NHL team is this the guy you would hire? Not even close-
    Posted by JWensink

    What byron Bitz, u mean the guy who some had pegged as a bona fide 20plus gs. Byron bitz, what a difference a year makes.

    John, Ive been saying this verbatim. Any other city that demands a winner would have gotten cj fired. it';s absurd that we accept this in boston. Don't they have any pride?

    i wonder what the celts would have done given a simlar situation?

    if the the bruins happen to win the cup they will be telling us how great a coach cj is but i am certain it will be because the bruins may have built a great team.

    What byron Bitz! u mean the guy who some had pegged as a bona fide 20plus gs. Byron bitz, what a difference a year makes.



     
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    CJ didnt win the coach of the year in 2009 for nothing ....B's would have had a good chance of winning the Stanley Cup if Krejci would have been playing the whole series..DUH ! ! ! Stanley Cup to the Bruins in 2011-2012-2013 (only if Blakie stays)
    Posted by StanleyCuptotheBRUINS

    You aren't implying that he paid somebody for that, I hope ?

    This guy is a terrible playoff coach, and just look at his record in game 7s.

    The guy has also been previously fired by two GMs that have actually won Stanley Cup as GMs, and even forgetting the "Too many men on the ice call" in Game #7 against the Flyers, 3-0, 3-0, uh-oh is an unprecedented collapse in the history of hockey.

    Any other franchise would have likely given him the boot the day after, but JJ has that reputation for frugality.

    Seriously, I have known coaches that won Stanley Cups that were fired for much less.
     
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    It takes A LOT, and I mean A LOT, for a head coach to get fired one week before the playoffs start and the team is in second place in the conference. Congradulations claude, what an accomplishment
     
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    After the first round last year everybody was saying CJ is great (what where you saying after that round). 
    I say BS to you. 
     
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    In Response to Re: CJ has to go!!!! : I agree that Julien is a poor coach, and I agree that he'd be fired by another team. His inability to coach the offense properly is not the reason Kessel left town.  Kessel left town because the B's didn't want to meet his crazy demands but the Leafs did.
    Posted by Not-A-Shot



    Doesn't seem to matter what the post is, we always sem to get Kessel in there somewhere.  If he continues to consistently net 30-40 goals moving forward, it'l probably never stop. 
    It seems most agree, "good riddance".  I don't think the mojority are being totally fair.
    IMHO, Kess's demands probably weren't that "crazy", at first.  He's a goal scorer, not a fighter, or a pk/defensive/specialist.  A bit soft in some area's...yes(as are many players of his ilk).  He also hardly missed any games at all, while dealing with cancer(certainly not the epitomy of soft).
    He was publicly, constantly "shopped" all over the league. Publicly humiliated, by being benched on a team, that never benches anyone, regardless how bad they play, and passed over, as a spare part when negotiations should have begun, come contract time.
    Anyone with an ounce of brains, would sooner report to an employer, who embraced their strengths, rather than solely focused on their weaknesses wouldn't they?  Wouldn't most people sooner work for a company that felt their contribution was key to the organization, rather than a bargaining chip for something else?  Throw in the fact that your competition feels you're worth about 25% more than your current employer, and I'm bettin about 95% of the people here would want a change of address too.
    Loyalty is a 2 way street, and since everyone in the game, knows there's no such thing...........they all chase the money.
    None of us, would trade our Bruins cap, for all the tea in China.  Players, coaches, and GM's, will do it, in a heartbeat. 
    All of them......, given the right opportunity.
    I don't blame Kessell for his good fortune, and I don't blame PC either(unless he wanted to keep him.  If so, he botched the whole process)
    It's the business of pro sports.
     
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    CJ didnt win the coach of the year in 2009 for nothing ....B's would have had a good chance of winning the Stanley Cup if Krejci would have been playing the whole series..DUH ! ! ! Stanley Cup to the Bruins in 2011-2012-2013 (only if Blakie stays)
    Posted by StanleyCuptotheBRUINS


    the "jack adams" trophy? the bruins were 39 wins 16 loses till 2-12 when SJ came into boston & dominated them 5-2....CJ didnt like that to much, the bruins proceded to go 14-15 the rest of the way....i dont think he won the "jack adams" award for his feb-march coaching....consider 2010 results at 42-42 & the bruins have played 500 hockey for the past year 1/2, kinda makes you wonder alittle, no?
     
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    After the Lewis debacle, Chia needed a coach with a solid defensive system, so he got CJ. He also added Ramsey who made a so-so defense into an acceptable quality with the exception of individual screwups and poor performances like Wideman's. CJ needs more quality in his assistants, particularly now that Ramsey is gone. CJ is inflexible, but , he is under a new contract so Neely/Chia have to replace the Houdas etc. with some innovation and teaching capacity. When Scott Gordon was in Providence players were better prepared, right now every coach is following CJ blindly which is one of the reasons for lack of offense from Wheeler/Sabvotka/ Marchand and lack of improvment for Hamill/Lehtonen etc. The problem is not necessarily the players, although Ryder's laziness does not help
     
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    if Ryder is put on the Krejci line,1st PP unit & is given as long a leash as last year without producing CJ should be fired on the spot....it got to the point where it was ridiculous & took 75 games before he was pulled off the PP 18 goals/ 7 PP 
     
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