Re: Chiarelli's last stand?
posted at 2/23/2011 11:15 AM EST
In Response to Re: Chiarelli's last stand?
[QUOTE]pc is far from a second tier gm. he has done an excellent job. however, i agree with you that he should have known that krejci and sturm were going to get injured in the playoffs. i guess that's what separates holland and quenneville from the rest of the gm's. they must have better crystal balls.
Posted by goodnewsbears[/QUOTE]
You'd be wittier if you didn't come across as so naive with the wool over your eyes for so long. Good grief, dude. Give it a rest.
Nothing personal, but my friends and family sort of feel sorry for fans like you. Your the fan that is in the photo on homepage here from last year's Game 7 debacle against Philly.
Crushed and dejected, yet you didn't see it coming.
Backing Jacobs was over a long, long time ago, yet some of you still feel his front office hirings are spectacular and shouldn't be questioned.
Some fans absolutely question it and SHOULD be holding his feet to the fire after 35 years of inept managament and disgusting profiteering of the backs of arguably the most loyal fans in the region.
I think it's funny I have more examples that support my opinions than you do for yours.
You can stop talking down to me, too. Won't work. I was going to the Boston Garden a long, long time ago and haven't taken the bait with this team since the early 90s.
Even last year, you just knew they weren't built well enough. They couldn't score.
You have the right to your opinion, but the excuses fans like you make are beyond disturbing at this point.
If they don't win the Cup this year, what will the excuse be?
Jacobs led the Lock Out in 2004 and your still sitting here waiting. You have no issue with waiting, some fans do.
Maybe talk to some hockey fans outside the region? Everyone knows the Jacobs story and knows how pathetic the organization has been committing to winning.
We'll see if what Chia has done is good enough or not, but enough with the act talking down to fans who wish to wait and see for themselves before being so sold on it now.