Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Columbus Blue Jackets

Seriously, the Columbus Blue Jackets let it happen again. How many times

can a team blow a lead in the third period during a hockey season?
Apparently, that number is at least seven.However, Howson does not believe that the presence behind the Blue Jackets'bench is the issue for the team's 9-22-5 record and last place in the
league. "Changing the coach is not always the answer," he added, From talking to some people that know the owners it is obvious they have no idea how to run a hockey team,Howson and the coach need to be fiired..

Friday, December 23, 2011

Bluejackets loss to Nashville

The loss in Nashville was the final straw, as far as I'm concerned. The team blew 2 3-goal leads and lost in the last 8 seconds of the game.From McConnell, to Howson, to Arniel and to Nash - It's time to pull up the stakes, lower the tent and take the joke to another city. This team has give the rest of the NHL something to laugh harder at, and brings nothing but shame to hockey fans in Columbus.The money spent on season tickets is a waste I doubt I will be renewing next year. McConnell hasn't done nothing to do anything for this team, it makes it clear that even the "top" doesn't care about this franchise. The owners have no idea how to run a NHL team How can they not fire Howson and the coach what a disaster to Columbus,
Gotta see it "live"? You can't, when the team and organization is dead. Howson is a joke!

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Derick Brassard

Fed up with BJs head coach Scott Arniel making him a healthy scratch, Brassard’s agent, Allan Walsh, took to Twitter to air his grievances on Dec. 1:
While I have tremendous respect for Scott Howson and the rest of Columbus’ management team, the situation regarding Derick Brassard has become untenable. This coach has a history of burying players and using them as scapegoats to mask his own lack of success on the ice. Derick has been singled out, almost from the very beginning of the season to be the fall guy in case things don’t go well.
The Columbus organization cares about Derick and has been good to him, but at some point enough is enough. The coach and the GM need to go!