Gaucho wrote:Call me crazy, but I don't think firing Bylsma has ever crossed Shero's mind for even a second.
I agree, and while many disagree, I don't think the situation calls for it unless mikey's right and Bylsma's truly lost the team. But, at this point, it doesn't seem to me that the team is playing as though they've been "lost." It seems to me that they simply have gotten away from the details that have made them successful. Sometimes the simplest answer is the right one. So, say that's the case. An adjustment in philosophy and approach is more effective from cost, time, morale, and performance perspectives. Shero's going to talk with DB during their rating sessions and get him to agree to adjust and figure it out and give him some time (no idea how long) to do it. It's Management 101.