columbia wrote:~ repostedpenny lane wrote:GMRS has already been proactive~ in the PG , sunday, quoted "no, no, no!" to coach dan leaving.It is telling, though, that a survey of some veteran leaders,(Brooks) who were offered anonymity in exchange for complete candor, largely absolved Bylsma of culpability for the team's up-and-down showing in January.
Their bottom line: Any major problems stemmed from sloppy work by the players.
It also is noteworthy that general manager Ray Shero had a succinct response when asked if considering a coaching change had even made it onto his radar during the Penguins' staggering start:
"No. No. No. No."
It likely is safe to take that as a "No."
One of Shero's greatest strengths is that he does not act in haste, and, even if he had been contemplating a major move to kick-start his team -- be it a trade to add a top-six winger or a top-pairing defenseman or a coaching change -- precedent says he would not do anything until convinced that the option he had settled on was the best available.
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/spo ... z2JyGgmNC1
Rocco wrote:SolidSnake wrote:Byslma will be here for life.
So I can keep calling him Benevolent Dictator For Life Dan Bylsma?
slappybrown wrote:Malkamaniac wrote:Rylan wrote:Lulz I wondered how I had missed 20+ pages on Perry
The subject is still just as bad.
slappybrown wrote:I assume you are referring to the KEVIN PITTSNOGLE thread. As you can tell from that thread, its wildly popular.