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Posted By Carp On February 23, 2009 @ 9:21 pm In Uncategorized | 213 Comments

More from Glen Sather’s conference call tonight (again, please excuse any typos and the bold font):


“I have spoken to other people (about the coaching position) today, absolutely.”

“No, the overtime loss (Sunday) wouldn’t have changed my mind. … I’ve had it in teh back of my mind for a few days, but winning or losing that game (Sunday) night, as painful as it was to lose it, I had come to the conclusion during the game that today was probably going to be the day that I was going to do what I had to do.”

“I’m gong to speak to John about it, absolutely. But Sean has not played very many games in Hartford. He’s worked hard, his attitude has veen great, he’s done with the coaching staff have asked him to do there. He’s been a good contributor. The team has I think won three out of the four games. … Hes coming along and he’s got a great attitude and we’ll deal with that in the next week for sure.”

“You can always second-guess any of the moves and trades we made. but when we made them I thought we were doing the right thing and I still think that we have a team that’s played very well. we’re into a time right now that the team has not played very well, but that doesnt mean we can’t get back to laying like we played in the begining of the year. We were a fast, puck-possession hockey club that was determined and worked very hard and moved the puck very well and we’ve gotten away from that and that’s why wemade the change in teh coaching personnel, to get where we are today. In moving forward, I’d like to think we made the right change to help this team move in that direction.”

On cap flexibility for the March 4 trade deadline:
“There are possibilities. We’re not up against the cap, so there are lots of things that can happen in the meantime.”


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