now thats some good insight!!!Hkyfn said:I think that there will be many changes made throughout the league, just not Toronto. The Leafs are old, and need a complete overhaul. They have some talented players, but new ideas are needed in TO, and I think Quinn will be a casualty of their mess. They have played much better over the past few weeks, unfortunately for them, their hole was just too deep to dig out of.
Meanwhile, other teams will also be in clean house mode, such as Vancouver, LA for certain, St. Louis, and perhaps others like Florida and Pittsburgh.
Vancouver will be interesting, as they had big hopes to not just make the playoffs, but make some noise. Instead, the problems with this team were apparent to all who watched them.
LA will most certainly fire Dave Taylor, and whoever the new GM is, will most likely bring in a new coach. The Kings tanked the last 2 months of the season, hard to believe that in early January, their record was one of the best in the league!
With the sad sack Blues, where do you go? They have nothing much to be excited about, it seems it may be years before they challenge the top teams again.
The off season will be interesting for certain, but first things first, lets get ready for the post season, and watch hockey at it's best.
better to start the rebuilding now then a few years from now when you have to due to age!NICEGUY said:overhaul.. yea right. why? This is a dollar and cents issue. If the fans stopped showing support they would make the changes, but right now why bother, we're all still there rooting for the guys...
its kinda lame.. and a real shame... :thumbsdow
Id like to see an overhaul too, but that will just start the rebuild phase which im sure will last 10 years :thumbsdow
that means alot comming from a habs fan...im touched..lol..even my other team (vancouver) didnt make the playoffs! gosh darn it!!!!...HabsRule said:They beat the heck out of Ottawa last night, 5 to 1, but Tampa beat Carolina, so the Leafs aren't in the playoffs this year. Damnit. We need to get all the Canadian teams into the post season.