Bioshock wrote:columbia wrote:Jesse wrote:Chirpin' Grinder wrote:The lineup choices are baffling and infuriating, but it is his inability to have any positive affect on the team when things start to go badly that is his worst failure. He simply has no ability to get the team back on track when the game starts to go off the rails.
Last night they were up 2-0 with his misfit toys lineup. But when SJ turned it around and tied it at 2-2, there was that deer in the headlights, blank expression on his face again. The broadcast actually caught it right before the Pens retook the lead to make it 3-2. Bylsma looked completely baffled and then, after the Pens scored, he immediately jutted out his jaw and looked confident and defiant again.
Add to that his failure to hold anyone that is not a rookie accountable for anything, and he is just a pathetic leader. Even his post game interviews clearly review he has very limited ability to think quickly and speak authoritatively. He is weak and the guys sense it. His time has passed with this group. RS needs to act.
Are you a psychologist?
The better question is: how does he have access to the team and the locker room and know that DB is such a terrible leader?
My thoughts exactly.
Clearly Chirpin' is Simon Despres in disguise.