Gallant done

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  1. kreidertime

    kreidertime Well-Known Member

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    kreidertime Well-Known Member

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    It will be Quen if Buttholeman didn’t hate the Rangers which he obviously does.
     
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    Gallant’s fucking clueless development of Kakko and Lafreniere was probably the leading reason
     
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    Thsts a good reason. But I suspect it was the fact every vet on this team outside of Senko and Kreider underperformed vs NJ.

    Also watching hack Schmid get run by the Canes in 2 gms when he was ‘86 Roy vs the Rangers I’m sure was final straw.
     
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    That he didn’t hold anybody accountable other than a couple of whipping boys every time they took a fucking dumb penalty or they turned the fucking puck over
     
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    Panarin next to go.
     
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    Drury is on the hotseat as well, IMO. This is his last summer to get things fixed here.
     
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    kreidertime Well-Known Member

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    I agree
     
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    I agree too. He’ll get to pick a second coach but not a third
     
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    if it's the same core, not sure how much of difference a new schmuck will make.
     
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    No question Panarin and others play killed Gallant but a coach’s job is to get the most out of the roster. By any measure Gallant failed miserably in the playoffs at that.
     
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    When you see an entire team let down like that it's not surprising to see the coach let go. Apparently, a lot of the player feed back in the exit interviews played a big role.
     
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    I'm still completely shocked at how uninspired they came out in games three and four at home. It really made no sense after taking the first two games.
     
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    Team was beyond turnover prone all year long yet Gallant played favorites and picked and chose who he benched for the exact same infractions. Factor that in with 3 no shows in a playoff series against a rival, the inability to solve a goalie who has been run in both games against the Canes and you have all the evidence/proof of why Gallant had to be fired and also why he seems to bounce around from team to team.
     
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    No question these pussies wanted this guy out. Like I said before he threw them under the bus numerous times and had beef with Zibanajed.
     
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    Gallant fell on the sword but these morons need to be held accountable. Their play was absolute embarrassing garbage.
     
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    if they hire a hard ass coach, pussy Zibanajed will be sulking on the bench as soon as he gets yelled at for yapping at the refs. Move either Panarin or Zibanajed. Look at Florida. They moved Huberdau and got Tkachuk. The rangers are sorely missing a player like Tkachuk.
     
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    But that’s the thing. Gallant didn’t hold them accountable either. Gallant let guys like Panarin, Miller, Trocheck etc, make all sorts of mistakes without reprecussions yet bench younger guys when they’d make a less severe mistake. I want my young guys being aggressive and making mistakes. I DONT want my vets being passive and making mistakes and not being field accountable. That shit rubs off on younger guys.

    We need to stop giving out NMC like they’re candy to these high paid players. You either get the high salary OR a low salary and a limited NMC. Don’t give both. We need to be able to move guys out of here that aren’t a fit, like Panarin. We don’t need a regular season superstar and a playoff disappearing act.
     
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    You can use the excuse last season that they got gassed against Tampa. This season after finally getting up in a series there's no excuse for what happened.
     
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    Its not that easy. You have to sweeten the deal to entice these stars to sign here. Why would they choose this organization and not signed somewhere else where they get what they want?
     

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