Capitals Lose Fourth Straight; Its Time To Make a Change: Boudreau Must Go

December 10th, 2010 by Alan Zlotorzynski Leave a reply »
Most of you are saying calm down amateur electronic media boy. The Capitals are just going through a little slump and it’s something every team experiences. True, it is a little slump and true, every team experiences it, but not every team is loaded like Washington.

Washington is stacked. You know the names, Ovechkin, Backstrom, Semin and Green. The Caps have enough talent to win 40 games without anyone standing at the back of the bench telling them what to do. However, a proven veteran coach with a successful post season track record could put the question of what's missing to rest.

Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau has done his job and has done it well. The following comments are not meant to be derogatory toward the coach but Bruce Boudreau belongs in the NHL's top minor league system, The American Hockey League.

He was a head coach in the AHL for parts of nine seasons and won almost 70 percent of his games there, compiling a record of 216-56-43. As an AHL player, he was one of the league’s most prolific scorers and was inducted into the AHL Hall Of Fame in 2009.

He won a Calder Cup Championship for the ...

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