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nmupiccdiva
10-17-2009, 10:24 AM
Walt's a great guy doing the best with what he can. Ignore BWK, he's a farking troll.

Taz
10-17-2009, 10:34 AM
Personally, yes. He's a good friend.

I can barely get my skates on the right feet, so I don't feel qualified to pass judgement on anyones coaching abilities. However, given that the administration at WMU doesn't give a rats behind about hockey, I think it would be nearly impossible for anyone to be successful.

UVM Cat in Texas
10-17-2009, 10:39 AM
Yes, we've got a great coach.

redhawkman10
10-17-2009, 10:45 AM
The Maine fans here never wanted Whitehead, the Minnesota fans are calling for Lucia's head, UHN is 0-2 on their way to 0-6, Notre Dame just lost at home to Huntsville, BC didn't even make the NCAA's last year and Jack Parker has been coaching BU since the Harding administration.

Is there anyone out there who thinks they have a good coach?

:p


I think Miami has a great coach, has taken this program to places it has never seen before.

thecomicbookguy
10-17-2009, 10:51 AM
The Maine fans here never wanted Whitehead, the Minnesota fans are calling for Lucia's head, UHN is 0-2 on their way to 0-6, Notre Dame just lost at home to Huntsville, BC didn't even make the NCAA's last year and Jack Parker has been coaching BU since the Harding administration.

Is there anyone out there who thinks they have a good coach?

:p

I like your coach. Hope he stays a lonnng time.

GreatLakerMohawk
10-17-2009, 11:05 AM
Red and White teams seem to be getting some good young coaches. Coach Appert at RPI is poised to turn around that program from the scrub he took over for a few years ago. I wouldn't be surprised to see them in the national picture, and soon.

sk8ronthepond is not going to like reading this.

I am quite happy with Coach Appert.

komey1
10-17-2009, 11:12 AM
Have to say that RIT fans are most likely happy with their coach. Going from DIII to DI and winning a regular season conference title - even in the AHA - is impressive. They have been a threat to win it all in conference ever since.

mookie1995
10-17-2009, 11:16 AM
No

amherstblackbear
10-17-2009, 11:22 AM
I like your coach. Hope he stays a lonnng time.

CBG scores on a wicked one-timer. Assist to Priceless on the play

boot_walt_kyle
10-17-2009, 11:24 AM
Walt's a great guy doing the best with what he can. Ignore BWK, he's a farking troll.

I'm not a troll, I just have a different opinion than you. It's sad that you have to dismiss me as a troll just because i don't agree with you. All in all, Walt is a good guy, he does a lot for the community - he's just not a good coach.

siouxhog12
10-17-2009, 11:38 AM
Even though Hak hasn't won a championship of the NCAA sorts yet, i believe he's a great coach and knows how to win. I can't even count how many times the players that go pro give him and his staff props for preparing them for the NHL.

Skeeterman
10-17-2009, 11:46 AM
No.

Fighting Sioux 23
10-17-2009, 01:11 PM
Even though Hak hasn't won a championship of the NCAA sorts yet, i believe he's a great coach and knows how to win. I can't even count how many times the players that go pro give him and his staff props for preparing them for the NHL.

I agree, but at some point (soon) I want an NCAA title. It's great to prepare them for the NHL, but that's not his main job.

Saying that, I'm pleased with the start this season, and the talent that we have lined up for the next couple years.

MikeAnderson
10-17-2009, 01:44 PM
It's great to prepare them for the NHL, but that's not his main job.

I would argue that it is the job of everyone on a collegiate campus to prepare students for life after college. Any awards you get along the way are gravy.

For faculty, that means educating and preparing them for their field of work.

For coaches, it means educating and preparing them for their field of work...like the NHL, for instance.

Take football for example and name me one spread-offense quarterback that has gone on to success in the NFL. Sure, the spread wins games, and even championships, but it doesn't prepare your players for professional football.

JMHO.

NYhockeyguy
10-17-2009, 01:55 PM
I Believe In Seth Appert


courtesy of GLM

FlagDUDE08
10-17-2009, 02:51 PM
Take a look to the left of this post, and judge for yourself.

lord k
10-17-2009, 03:08 PM
Even though Hak hasn't won a championship of the NCAA sorts yet, i believe he's a great coach and knows how to win. I can't even count how many times the players that go pro give him and his staff props for preparing them for the NHL.

I really like Hak and Eades. They will win more than one championship before it is all said and done. Most sioux fans have some kinda weird attachment to blais but I actually prefer Hakstol.

SoCalSiouxFan
10-17-2009, 03:11 PM
Anyone out there that witnessed last night's beat down of the Gophers, by a Sioux team with 10 freshmen, still think Lucia is a great coach?

The Rube
10-17-2009, 03:12 PM
Anyone out there that witnessed last night's beat down of the Gophers, by a Sioux team with 10 freshmen, still think Lucia is a great coach?

Yes.

Fighting Sioux 23
10-17-2009, 03:16 PM
For coaches, it means educating and preparing them for their field of work...like the NHL, for instance.

Take football for example and name me one spread-offense quarterback that has gone on to success in the NFL. Sure, the spread wins games, and even championships, but it doesn't prepare your players for professional football.

JMHO.

If you want to look at it that way, then most college coaches are failures.