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MEFANinLA
10-10-2009, 07:06 AM
Just wanted to get that off my chest!!! Another embarrassing loss!! Glad he keeps the streak alive every season, Maine loses to another school which has never beaten Maine (Bently, Union etc). Maybe he can start playing John Bapst and get a tie or something. Blake do the right thing fire timmay and then resign..how many times can we ask you to do this to save Maine Hockey.

owslachief
10-10-2009, 10:25 AM
I only ask that the ax falls AFTER the MSU series. :D

GoBlackBears
10-10-2009, 10:27 AM
Just wanted to get that off my chest!!! Another embarrassing loss!! Glad he keeps the streak alive every season, Maine loses to another school which has never beaten Maine (Bently, Union etc). Maybe he can start playing John Bapst and get a tie or something. Blake do the right thing fire timmay and then resign..how many times can we ask you to do this to save Maine Hockey.

Bapst would probably win.

amherstblackbear
10-10-2009, 10:30 AM
The countdown, as I see it.

Ready, Set....

Us: ZERO

University: 183647.....183646......183645....

Hockeypuck
10-10-2009, 10:39 AM
The countdown, as I see it.

Ready, Set....

Us: ZERO

University: 183647.....183646......183645....
Do you really think that idiot Blake James can count backwards?:D

acs64
10-10-2009, 12:24 PM
I wouldnt be dumping on Bapst or any high school program apparently. Timmay was beaten by a team last night that was coached by an ex-Old Town, Maine <b>assistant</b> varsity hockey coach.. .....now there's something Timmay can be proud of. :)

Timmay really should be coaching in the DIII ranks or high school.....he might find he could actually teach those kidz something about hawkey. (not that they would listen to him or anything)

acs64
10-10-2009, 12:32 PM
I only ask that the ax falls AFTER the MSU series. :D
No need for MSU to worry. Maine hockey is nothing more than a train wreck these days. The only solution is a coaching change.........sooner the better.

sandiegoblkbr
10-10-2009, 01:23 PM
What I can't believe is the NO ONE has any pull with James or Kennedy......:confused:

These guys aren't even Mainers. Where are all of the old timers, ex-players, and money people..........do they not give a sh*t????:confused:

irishfan85
10-10-2009, 03:10 PM
I was a supporter of Tim Whitehead for a long time, but I am very sure that he needs to go - now - and have thought that way since the end of last season.

You ask who has pull, former players, etc. There is one former player (a significant one from the 80s) that lives in Massachusetts (will leave out hometown) that is still a staunch supporter of Timmy and thinks he will turn it around. I disagree.

I just hope it can be turned around as Maine is a strong program with so much history. Alfond is just not the same anymore. I remember getting chills walking in there. Last year, I just didn't feel the same except for the first game I went to.

amherstblackbear
10-10-2009, 05:46 PM
Talk about different perspectives.

Never mind Tim turning things around...The reason I'm not a louder voice on threads like this is that I'm not sure there's anyone Maine could hire who could reverse the damage the program has taken over the past few years.

sandiegoblkbr
10-10-2009, 06:15 PM
Talk about different perspectives.

Never mind Tim turning things around...The reason I'm not a louder voice on threads like this is that I'm not sure there's anyone Maine could hire who could reverse the damage the program has taken over the past few years.

So are we supposed to let TIMMAY drive the program into oblivion??? Just sh*tcan the whole program if that is the case! It's no longer a "money maker" anyway.

amherstblackbear
10-10-2009, 06:19 PM
Hey, I'm not saying it's impossible, either. That's the most optimistic thing I can say. Basically, Maine has no choice but to take the chance.

Reupping Whitehead's contract would be essentially the same thing as folding the program.

sandiegoblkbr
10-10-2009, 06:26 PM
Hey, I'm not saying it's impossible, either. That's the most optimistic thing I can say. Basically, Maine has no choice but to take the chance.

Reupping Whitehead's contract would be essentially the same thing as folding the program.

The worst thing that could have happened to this program was Blake James not being hired by Florida Gulf Coast last year.

walrus
10-10-2009, 06:48 PM
The worst thing that could have happened to this program was Blake James not being hired by Florida Gulf Coast last year.

Know dat, that was a killer. I can't believe I spent 700 dollars on tickets to watch this crap

acs64
10-10-2009, 07:05 PM
Know dat, that was a killer. I can't believe I spent 700 dollars on tickets to watch this crap

Ah yes, the advantage of living down south. Forced to watch the ME hockey abortion on TV and I can turn it off when things get ugly. Geezus, will someone please stuff a rag in that announcers mouth....my phkn wurd hes bad.

The Freds
10-10-2009, 07:09 PM
Oh, sorry, I thought this thread was about Providence College. :(

Tango
10-10-2009, 07:25 PM
Nothing like getting spanked by a team that was pick 27th and has no scholership players!

Hockeypuck
10-10-2009, 08:32 PM
Oh, sorry, I thought this thread was about Providence College. :(What are you complaining about aren't you guys 1-0?:D The way this team looks they might not even win a game if they do it will be a lot later in the season.

joecct
10-10-2009, 08:33 PM
Nothing like getting spanked by a team that was pick 27th and has no scholarship players!Can somebody please run the W/L/T record again pre Standbrook and post Standbrook?

It is pretty tough to turn a sow's ear into a silk purse. So if Maine is getting poopy recruits, you have to expect poopy results.

amherstblackbear
10-10-2009, 08:36 PM
Can somebody please run the W/L/T record again pre Standbrook and post Standbrook?

It is pretty tough to turn a sow's ear into a silk purse. So if Maine is getting poopy recruits, you have to expect poopy results.

I see your point, but Standbrook's departure shouldn't have such an immediate impact. If everything is a function of the roster on the talent, and if the team started to tank the year after he left, isn't that an indictment of his recruiting? Can't have it both ways.

As I see it, Grant's departure doesn't help, but that doesn't mean his replacement shouldn't be able to meet certain minimal standards. And it doesn't mean that there isn't a lot else going wrong with the program.