Originally Posted by Clarkey
He completely crapped the bed for a good chunk of the year and almost torpedoed the season, so no he does not get even a sniff of a mention of being coach of the year. I love how when they were losing pathetically everyone was blaming the players for not stepping up, in yet when they do step up Glen get's all the accolades. Realistically the guy had flawed line combo's, flawed system and poor ice time distribution for more than half the season. He adjusted and they started winning. It's not due to a lightbulb moment of the players finally starting to play the system or that they found Jesus on the train ride from Montreal while sipping a few Coors Light. I wish Glen all the luck in the world and want to see him continue to succeed but the revisionist history is not the right narrative here, the story is all about a new coach initially stumbling and then eventually recovering his way into something that works which is a perfectly admirable story in it's own right!
Go Glen Go.
Everyone was blaming the players? W in the actual F?
What board were you reading? Sure as hell wasn't CP.