Monday, November 21, 2005

GM's in Jeopardy

In the old NHL when a team started struggling badly the coach would usually be the first to go... but times have changed. NOW under the new CBA GM's can't hide behind the old "the playing field is not level" excuse anymore and as a consequence they now may be the first to walk the plank when things go bad.
Just as there are many players and some coaches who have been slow to adjust to the new NHL, there are general managers who have been revealed as sluggish to adjust, as well, and it eventually will cost people their jobs, one former NHL executive said.

"You may not see it right away," added a top agent. "But it's definitely going to come. The playing field's been leveled, and owners are going to ask, 'Why aren't you succeeding?' That's what the attitude's going to be. Now you're going to have questions, 'What's so special about you?'"

These are wild, exciting and revolutionary times for everyone in hockey.... even GM's. Don't you just love it ?

I do.
Viva La Revolucion!

Today's Puck Buffet:

  • How to spot a Hockey Sally
  • The NHL @ the 1/4 of season point
  • St. Patricks new Hockey Mission
  • A League of Extraordinary Actors & Divers ?
  • NHL on the move >>> BUT to where ?

  • Hockey Quote for the day:
    Half the game is mental; the other half is being mental.
    - Jim McKenny


    Grampapinhead said...

    I have added you to my Hockey Links.
    Just Posted monday 'strictly wings'

    You really should think about listing an email address.

    br. t. said...

    Thanks grampapin, I think I'll take your advise.