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chickod
02-14-2016, 03:31 PM
This is harvard we're talking about. Look at theur results before last season and they stuck with him. Not happening. Last year alone bought him a few years.

It shouldn't be tough to obtain a consensus. Why don't we ask the four Harvard fans that were at the Beanpot?

ExileOnDaytonStreet
02-14-2016, 10:37 PM
It's dawning on me that Eaves is safe until it's free to fire him.


"You don't like for it to happen, but hockey is not going to make or break us," Alvarez said. "We don't like that, obviously. We're not satisfied with that. But we've got to keep that big stadium (Camp Randall) full and we've got to keep the Kohl Center full" for men's basketball.

osualum86
02-15-2016, 12:21 AM
If Ohio State's program continues to be less than mediocre, Steve Rohlik should be on the hot seat. This is the most inconsistent and undisciplined hockey I have ever seen at Ohio State. This is the third season of a five-year contract. When it comes to hockey, Ohio State will normally not terminate someone before their contract runs out, but they may make an exception in this case if Rohlik doesn't get the program moving forward, which he hasn't to this point.

ticapnews
02-15-2016, 05:05 AM
Disagree, if they fall enough that they miss the tournament, he'd be on the hotseat.

If they fall enough to miss a 12 team tournament in a 12 team league they have bigger problems than the coach.

Patronick
02-15-2016, 06:36 AM
In Hockey East (IMO)

Has To Be Fired
Micheletto

Should Be Fired
Madigan (his team is playing their way off the list)
Sneddon

Gets One More Year
Gendron

Probably Should Get Fired, But Who Can They Get That Could Do Any Better With That Program?
Dennehy

FlagDUDE08
02-15-2016, 07:45 AM
FIRE TIMMY!!! HIRE JIMMY!!!

...wait, too late? :p:D

sk8tronthepond
02-15-2016, 10:09 AM
FIRE TIMMY!!! HIRE JIMMY!!!

...wait, too late? :p:D

Not the post we would expect from you in this thread!! ;)

Almington
02-15-2016, 12:03 PM
It's dawning on me that Eaves is safe until it's free to fire him.

No, at some point the cost benefit analysis of buy-out cost vs increased ticket sales from a new coach will become positive. My worry is that UW won't be willing to pay what it will take to land the next coach.

ExileOnDaytonStreet
02-15-2016, 03:44 PM
My worry is that UW won't be willing to pay what it will take to land the next coach.

Clearly Barry won't. In his eyes, it won't "make" UW athletics, so why "break" it by overpaying to regain whatever it is that the fans wish it could be?

FlagDUDE08
02-15-2016, 04:04 PM
Not the post we would expect from you in this thread!! ;)

There are times in all of our internet lives when we are confronted with troll bait. To take on a troll, you must yourself troll. ;)

kdiff77
02-15-2016, 04:36 PM
Probably a good time to start looking at the possible changes coming up. Too many to even list. Brown, Princeton experiment, Eaves, Anasto, is Red going to retire, is Donato in play, Vaughan, Madigan and on and on and on. :)

I'd be very surprised to see Brendan Whittet fired at Brown. He's an alum and the athletic department has shown a history of passiveness with regard to underachieving coaches in all sports.

While I, as a fan, don't believe that Whittet is a very good coach, I think he's done an amazing job with recruiting. However, four of his best recruits never played a game in a Brown uniform, and a fifth played a handful of games his freshman year before getting injured and then transferring.

Whittet has successfully recruited Kevin Roy (he bailed literally two weeks before he was supposed to be on campus and went to Northeastern instead, taking his brother, a goaltender, with him), Miles Wood (didn't get in to Brown; ended up at BC and is having a sensational season), Nate Widman (injured his freshman year; currently an assistant captain for 3rd-ranked SCSU), Blake Weyrick (was ranked behind only Thatcher Demko for American goalies in the 2014 NHL draft; his millionaire family did not receive financial aid because Brown distributes solely on a need-based system with no merit-based scholarships being provided, so he bailed), and Tim Doherty (was supposed to be a freshman this year; left the school a couple weeks before the season started and will play at Maine next year).

Brown could very reasonably be a top-15 team with those players. However, we currently are 53rd in the Pairwise because the previous four recruiting classes have been so severely depleted by a ridiculously unfortunate series of events.

Anyway, Whittet won't be going anywhere - whether that's a good thing or not. His recruiting has been great but he's fallen victim to circumstances. Frankly, I don't think he's a very good coach but he's done well enough in recruiting to warrant another year or two. Plus, Brown will never fire anyone! *rolls eyes*

Ronnieb
02-15-2016, 10:11 PM
Agreed. totally overlooked Sneddon. should be gone. probably not though, due to contract.

Snively65
02-16-2016, 01:35 AM
Agreed. totally overlooked Sneddon. should be gone. probably not though, due to contract.

Sneddon's Cats took 2.5 of 3 points from Umile's Cats this season.

TheRevengeance
02-16-2016, 03:31 AM
I Kevin Roy (he bailed literally two weeks before he was supposed to be on campus and went to Northeastern instead, taking his brother, a goaltender, with him),

I'd just like to point out that, having had the misfortune of seeing Derick Roy "tend" a goal on and off for three years now, you're better off with neither Roy than with one.

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02-16-2016, 04:44 AM
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FlagDUDE08
02-16-2016, 06:49 AM
Hey packers and movers guy, kindly do the needful and learn how to coach for some of these teams. :p

sshablak
02-16-2016, 07:17 AM
I'd be very surprised to see Brendan Whittet fired at Brown. He's an alum and the athletic department has shown a history of passiveness with regard to underachieving coaches in all sports.

While I, as a fan, don't believe that Whittet is a very good coach, I think he's done an amazing job with recruiting. However, four of his best recruits never played a game in a Brown uniform, and a fifth played a handful of games his freshman year before getting injured and then transferring.

Whittet has successfully recruited Kevin Roy (he bailed literally two weeks before he was supposed to be on campus and went to Northeastern instead, taking his brother, a goaltender, with him), Miles Wood (didn't get in to Brown; ended up at BC and is having a sensational season), Nate Widman (injured his freshman year; currently an assistant captain for 3rd-ranked SCSU), Blake Weyrick (was ranked behind only Thatcher Demko for American goalies in the 2014 NHL draft; his millionaire family did not receive financial aid because Brown distributes solely on a need-based system with no merit-based scholarships being provided, so he bailed), and Tim Doherty (was supposed to be a freshman this year; left the school a couple weeks before the season started and will play at Maine next year).

Brown could very reasonably be a top-15 team with those players. However, we currently are 53rd in the Pairwise because the previous four recruiting classes have been so severely depleted by a ridiculously unfortunate series of events.

Anyway, Whittet won't be going anywhere - whether that's a good thing or not. His recruiting has been great but he's fallen victim to circumstances. Frankly, I don't think he's a very good coach but he's done well enough in recruiting to warrant another year or two. Plus, Brown will never fire anyone! *rolls eyes*

Very interesting and sad at the same time.

Tipsy McStagger
02-16-2016, 07:56 AM
Hey packers and movers guy, kindly do the needful and learn how to coach for some of these teams. :p

Kindly do the needful, for same.

purpleinnebraska
02-16-2016, 08:55 AM
Hey packers and movers guy, kindly do the needful and learn how to coach for some of these teams. :p

I heard Bangalore and Hyderabad were going D1 and joining the Big 10. That's why himanshu is posting on here.

kdiff77
02-16-2016, 11:00 AM
Very interesting and sad at the same time.

That's a pretty comprehensive way of summing up the program for the last two decades. ;)