Murray's no longer the coach in Providence

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    Murray's no longer the coach in Providence


    http://www.projo.com/bostonbruins/content/pbruins_rob_murray_04-17-11_SFNJQM2_v2.14f5c2b.html


    Well, is this the proverbial first shoe to drop? I think not....we need to overhaul the draft personnel that's for sure. We can't seem to draft decent players and develop them much any more......maybe we get lucky with a marchand once in awhile but who's evaluating the talent here????

    Time for a new draft team for the Bruins and a new Providence coach and if they're not careful, a new head coach soon in Boston. Hopefully someone that can teach "O"ffensive skills. Time for a new start for this club.......Claude......look out...think your next.....The Cam Neely bat phone dials out......."Um, Claude.....can I see you in my office.......is Chiarelli with you??? Tell him to come too!!!"

    The goal, as always is./...hockey in June!!!!

     
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    Re: Murray's no longer the coach in Providence

    Murray firing was inevitable 117-103 is not that great. Scott Gordon being hired tonight or tomorrow for the replacement would be a nice kick in the pants.

    I disagree with the Bruins being lucky with Marchand he could've been traded at anytime by Chiarelli the last few years. Lucic and Krejci were held onto as well but I wouldn't get allot of people to agree that these players are playing well right now.
     
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    Re: Murray's no longer the coach in Providence

    I think they thought Hamill would be farther along (made a scapegoat for the bad pick?) and I'm guessing they weren't happy with the progression of Bartkowski etc...
     
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    Re: Murray's no longer the coach in Providence

    ever since providence let go of "that guy" the one who made the tuuka trade it's been all downhill.

    he needs to come back.
     
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    Re: Murray's no longer the coach in Providence

    Genius, you're getting your Gord(t)ons mixed up.  Scott was the coach in Providence who left for a big league gig on Long Island.  Jeff (Gorton) was the interim GM who made the Rask deal.
     
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    No confusion, Jeff is the guy we need back, and mr. nolan on a one yr deal in Providence, to start.
     
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    Yah Ted Nolan is going to leave being the VP of operations of the Rochester Americans to coach another AHL team good one!
     
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    Re: Murray's no longer the coach in Providence

    In Response to Re: Murray's no longer the coach in Providence:
    [QUOTE]Murray firing was inevitable 117-103 is not that great. Scott Gordon being hired tonight or tomorrow for the replacement would be a nice kick in the pants. I disagree with the Bruins being lucky with Marchand he could've been traded at anytime by Chiarelli the last few years. Lucic and Krejci were held onto as well but I wouldn't get allot of people to agree that these players are playing well right now.
    Posted by SanDogBrewin[/QUOTE]

    Commonality of these 3 players, Lucic Krejci Marchand (add Bergy to that mix)?  Answer, all drafted before PC got here.  How many guys on this roster drafted and developed by PC and co?  Zero.
     

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