I have zero faith in anyone in the decision making chain in this organization.
I could see nothing of consequence happening or everything happening, I don't feel like this group is going to get whatever they do right. So one or two moves and a coaching change is 3 chances to miss. I almost like their chances throwing things at the wall better than I do the couple of shrewd moves. My impression of the front office is Kramer and Newman making sausage.
Give me Stralman, move Hagg, McDonald and if they decide to move Ghost, it best be for one hell of a good player or package of picks.
As for the kids, I don't think we'll see Frost or Farabee start with the Flyers. Gut feeling is that they're going to get the Giroux treatment via the AHL. Let them dominate down there.
Right. But right now he'd be on your third line. Maybe he becomes Voracek in 2-3 years, and that would be great. Let's remember that the Flyers traded Jeff Carter (admittedly more valuable at the time than Ghost, but that gap is pretty close in the modern NHL) for a young Voracek, with a better NHL pedigree at the time, who projected to the Flyers 2nd line, AND a first (Sean Couturier). The fact is that when it comes to positions of value, Center and Defense >>>>>>>>>&
This quote says to me "The Hextall Plan Was Working"
I think this was always the off-season Hextall was looking towards.
Too bad he was too tough on the corporate suits. Oh, and, also, too, wouldn't fire Hackstol.