Renney out as oilers coach

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    Renney out as oilers coach

    Didnt see this one coming, thought he might have shot to reap the benefits of teaching all those young players. When your a Coach, draft picks are for the next coach.
     
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    He must not have liked the new arena design.
     
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    Was listening to an Edmonton correspondent on THE FAN 590 today who said in his opinion the Oilers handled this situation poorly by leaving Renney's status up in the air for such a long time.  He said this may have been due to club brass making sure they had the replacement locked up before dumping Renney.  This guy also didn't think it was in good taste for them to have Renney do a press conference afterwards. 
     
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    Please let Cunneyworth get a shot at it. I would love for the guy to get a real chance with a real hockey club...then burn MTL every time they meet on HNIC.
     
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    People are weirdly sympathetic toward Renney.  Personally, I look at this as Karma for the part he played in gaming Pat Quinn.  I have no great love of Quinn, but the Oilers handled that situation even less well.
     
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    Brent Sutter, welcome to Edmonton .
     
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    Edmonton Sun sports writer Terry Jones said Renney might have been the perfect coach to take the Oilers through the last two years, with the patience he showed in the development of the Oilers' young stars he "isn’t coming back because he wasn’t viewed as a dynamic coach capable of the inspirational and motivational leadership to take the Edmonton Oilers to the future."  Jones believes GM Tambellini sees Brent Sutter as that guy.
     

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