Give the guy until November 23rd of next season before you start making comments about him. He was in a tough spot coming in late most the top players took off to other schools/ midget teams. High School hockey might be dead but he will get the program back to being a good high school spot for younger kids to play for a year or two before moving prep. If the school wants to be a power house again they will need to move to Mount St Charles model to make this happen if the school truly wants the best of the best again.
MC on right path. Some talk of reuniting his all star coaching squad from the fall. MC good leader but the other guys will wreck anything they touch. ( have )
In programs like MC or other Catholic Conference teams, just how much pull do the boosters have? Generally are they alumni or just current player's parents? Do they raise a bunch of $ annually or is it funded 100% by the school? You would think a bunch of past players would be interested in the collapse of their h.s. program.
The guy is in over his head. Didn't succeed at a D3 school no shot he does it at MC.
Fundamentally sound, good with kids, understands the game, has experience and is a good recruiter. Program knows what is doing, will turn things around in short order and will surprise many. Dont judge book by its's cover they say. Was stud player in his day and i expect his wisdom will rub off on his players and within 4 yerars will be battling for a title.
Good with kids..are you f'n serious with that? That is one of the funnier posts of the year. You obviously haven't spoken to any family whose kid he coached. Talk to some of the kids from his last two disasters and tell me if they think he's "good with kids". He'll get next year because he needs a chance to "bring in his own players" and I don't care if they go 20-0, he'll still get the axe because of how he is with kids.
New AD will bring in his own guy.
Guy deserves a chace to prove his doubters wrong. Will have new squad next year and his doubters will eat their words.Good move by the school bringing in one of the better hockey minds north of Boston.