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Friday, June 15, 2007

Pat Quinn; Leading Canidate

Pat Quinn is the leading canidate to accept the Bruins head coaching job. He told a Toronto radio station he regretted not taking the job last season. Some rumours are he could sign as soon as this week. Stay tuned...other canidates include Pat Burns, Scott Gordon, Mike Milbury, and Claude Julian.


Blogger bruinmann77 said...

I am not sure If Quinn is the answer. I would think maybe Gordon is the leading man here,especially if he going with the young kids.

2:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Burns, Quinn or Milbury with Gordon as Assistant is most likely the answer. I see Milbury or Quinn. We need a tough nosed guy that will shake things up and motivate people like Chara and Alberts to be big/bad.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i am a bruin fan,and believe that quin is not the answer, but more scoring up front and a better goalie is where they should be his tenure as coach of toronto,quin missed the playoffs,never really had his players full focus.will he do the same is bos signs him? what do you think?

2:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I preferred Quinn over Lewis last off season, so I think he and any of the other supposed finalists will be an improvement over the style of 06-07. Burns is an interesting choice. He is widely credited with Thorton's maturation and I wonder if he could groom Kessel too, althought that would mean limited ice time. B/C of Pat's health problems, his re-emergence would make him and the Bruins a league darling, and the good PR -- couple with improved play -- could help land free agents. Just my two cents.

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How can this team even THINK about hiring the guy who ended Bobby Orr's career? That's PR suicide with the older fans

1:04 AM  
Blogger Jeff said...

I agree, Quinn's legacy in Boston should be to stay out. I'll never forgive that hit on Bobby.

2:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I never saw the hit, but if you guys say its dirty i'll agree and not want Quinn. Milbury is a disaster when evaluating talent and making deals but hopefully he can motivate and coach still. Anything is an improvement. We need some clout behind the bench

3:48 PM  

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