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MavHockey14
04-02-2012, 12:56 PM
Hopefully some of them will finally be happy. The whiny nature of many of the posts was getting beyond ridiculous.
Happy? keep dreaming.:p

crossjcek
04-02-2012, 01:27 PM
There will always be something to complain about. I just hope attendance gets a boost from this. I wonder if all the "I'll renew my tickets the day Jutting is fired" crowd have called the office this morning to order tickets?


Happy? keep dreaming.:p

Bale
04-02-2012, 01:33 PM
There will always be something to complain about. I just hope attendance gets a boost from this. I wonder if all the "I'll renew my tickets the day Jutting is fired" crowd have called the office this morning to order tickets?

Haha....check out some of the comments on Shane's blog. There are a bunch of people chiming in that they will renew now. The proof is yet to be seen, but attendance can't get much worse. Based on the average numbers, attendance has dropped almost 30% in 2 years. That's nuts.

Bale
04-02-2012, 01:33 PM
Happy? keep dreaming.:p
Hey, a man can hope, can't he?

4four4
04-02-2012, 01:35 PM
Shyiak might be available.

I am a fan of this guy. IMO, he can coach at this level.

MaizeRage
04-02-2012, 01:51 PM
There will always be something to complain about. I just hope attendance gets a boost from this. I wonder if all the "I'll renew my tickets the day Jutting is fired" crowd have called the office this morning to order tickets?

I think a lot of people will wait to see who they hire. They conducted a "national search" for the women's job too and ended up hiring Eric Means.

MavsFan
04-02-2012, 02:49 PM
I didn't call over there today, but I'm going to go ahead and get my old seats back. Actually, I missed it too much this year, but really thought that a statement needed to be made.

MavHockey14
04-02-2012, 03:31 PM
It may also help that next year, with some good coaching the on ice product actually won't be too bad. With the freshmen class this year, as well as the incoming freshmen, things should at least improve somewhat.

Bale
04-02-2012, 04:20 PM
It may also help that next year, with some good coaching the on ice product actually won't be too bad. With the freshmen class this year, as well as the incoming freshmen, things should at least improve somewhat.

And having Chase Grant back shouldn't hurt too much either. There should be 2 very solid scoring lines next season with Hayes, Grant, Lehrke, Gaede, Leitner, and LaFontaine. If I were a coach coming in, I would be excited to have that kind of talent to work with.

As for who that coach is, I personally would prefer an assistant coach that's had been with some successful teams. I would prefer to stay away from too many D3 coaches or re-treads (or anyone that's currently at MSU in any capacity). I think they are going to need to make a bit of a splash so they can gain some fan support back.

MavsFan
04-02-2012, 04:50 PM
...I personally would prefer an assistant coach that's had been with some successful teams. I would prefer to stay away from too many D3 coaches or re-treads (or anyone that's currently at MSU in any capacity). I think they are going to need to make a bit of a splash so they can gain some fan support back.+1

dggoddard
04-02-2012, 05:09 PM
And having Chase Grant back shouldn't hurt too much either. There should be 2 very solid scoring lines next season with Hayes, Grant, Lehrke, Gaede, Leitner, and LaFontaine. If I were a coach coming in, I would be excited to have that kind of talent to work with.

As for who that coach is, I personally would prefer an assistant coach that's had been with some successful teams. I would prefer to stay away from too many D3 coaches or re-treads (or anyone that's currently at MSU in any capacity). I think they are going to need to make a bit of a splash so they can gain some fan support back.My guess is that Derek Lalonde will be a candidate.

He just broke the rookie coaching record in the USHL and did a great job while at DU.

http://www.letsgodu.blogspot.com/2012/03/lalonde-breaks-ushl-rookie-coaching.html

MavHockey14
04-02-2012, 05:19 PM
My guess is that Derek Lalonde will be a candidate.

He just broke the rookie coaching record in the USHL and did a great job while at DU.

http://www.letsgodu.blogspot.com/2012/03/lalonde-breaks-ushl-rookie-coaching.html

Derek would be a fantastic hire.

I'd also love to see us extend an offer to Guentzel.

Jimjamesak
04-02-2012, 05:21 PM
Shyiak might be available.

No.

Bale
04-02-2012, 06:28 PM
Derek would be a fantastic hire.

I'd also love to see us extend an offer to Guentzel.

I agree. I have no idea whether Guentzel would even be interested. I can't believe that they wouldn't at least make a run at him though.

Hammy
04-02-2012, 06:43 PM
I'm told Guentzel has no interest in the position. Doesn't mean they won't contact him on it though.

UMDbulldogs#1
04-02-2012, 09:56 PM
Was anyone else shocked to learn he was only 40 games under .500 at Mankato? That's only a little over 3 a year.


But his in-conference numbers are much, much worse.

Only had two seasons in twelve where they weren't under 0.500 in WCHA play (2002-03 and 2007-08).

Farce Poobah
04-02-2012, 10:12 PM
Eric Means?

MavsFan
04-02-2012, 10:21 PM
Eric Means?I'll be VERY disappointed if they don't bring in somebody from outside with a fresh viewpoint. Besides, what has he done with the women's team to make him a viable candidate?

davyd83
04-02-2012, 10:29 PM
Just curious, if a Mankato fan loses their job, would it be acceptable for Troy Jutting to post on a message board how happy he is? Would it be classy for anyone to say, "I'm glad that so and so lost their job" They funny thing is, many who are cheering Jutting losing his job, would have ripped him if he had left for a more lucrative offer the year after they went to the NCAA/

Tipsy McStagger
04-02-2012, 10:43 PM
Just curious, if a Mankato fan loses their job, would it be acceptable for Troy Jutting to post on a message board how happy he is? Would it be classy for anyone to say, "I'm glad that so and so lost their job" They funny thing is, many who are cheering Jutting losing his job, would have ripped him if he had left for a more lucrative offer the year after they went to the NCAA/
I understand the sentiment, but he is still going to be getting paid. So kinda apples and oranges.