Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Searching for the Thrashers coach

Greg Wyshynski takes a humorous look at FanHouse:
Pat Quinn (20:1) - In case the Thrashers are looking for a coach who's old enough to be a grandfather to most of the team's roster, Quinn said he's in. Patty actually played his final few seasons with the Atlanta Flames, and was on a team with Bill Clement in 1977 ... who played an announcer in the action film "Sudden Death" with Powers Boothe ... who was in "Red Dawn" with Patrick Swayze ... who was in "The Outsiders" with Tom Cruise ... who was in "A Few Good Men" with, you guessed it, Kevin Bacon.

I suspect he's right about John Anderson being the front-runner. It's about time he got a shot to recreate his minor-league success in the NHL.


At 1:25 p.m., October 23, 2007, Blogger Yayo said...

Hockey, yeah its pretty popular there, here in Mexico we dont know anything about it, we prefer soccer hehe.I was there in Toronto a few weeks ago. A beautyful city, a beautyful contry.

At 2:54 p.m., October 23, 2007, Anonymous Tyler said...

What about Brad? Shouldn't the assistant coach get some props for this job?


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