The Ken Hitchcock Circle of Life is Complete -- no, I don't mean he's dead

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Re: The Ken Hitchcock Circle of Life is Complete -- no, I don't mean he's dead

Postby Troy McClure » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:42 pm

SaintAngerBH wrote:If that's true, that might explain why Nill wasn't immediately canned. Some of this is on Gaglardi, then.

It also means Nill would be smart to go with a coach with no prior NHL head coaching experience. That way if things go poorly the first season Nill can always lean on the excuse about his coach being a rookie. If Nill goes with a super experienced retread and gets the same disappointing results, he has no excuses.
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Re: The Ken Hitchcock Circle of Life is Complete -- no, I don't mean he's dead

Postby Knives Out » Sat Apr 14, 2018 6:28 pm

"Hitch retired? He must really be looking forward to letting himself go."
That Hanzal's so hurt right now.

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