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Sportsnet: Jeff Marek 32 thoughts on Bruce Boudreau and the Vancouver Canucks.
** NHLRumors.com transcription
“It’s almost over. Well there will be another chapter in this story but the first part is almost over.
So on Monday, we expect Rick Tocchet to be announced as the next head coach of the Vancouver Canucks. And speaking of the first intermission panel, no one likes the way it unfolded. Nobody likes the way it’s handled.
But Bruce Boudreau walks away with his integrity intact. He held his head high. I think he’s earned a lot of respect around the league for refusing to fire back when he’s insulted or insulted.
I don’t know if Vancouver plans to allow him to hold a press conference. I think we all hope they do. So Bruce Boudreau can say goodbye properly.
But, Elliott is safe to say, this slow, long walk to the electric chair is almost over for Boudreau.
Friedman: “There’s no question for Jeff that the way Boudreau handled it will open some more doors for him.”
Frank Serravalli:”Scene: Bruce Boudreau bids farewell to the players after the game, thanks them for working so hard for him and wishes them luck.
As Boudreau and his staff enjoyed cold drinks in the office, the players came over to shake hands one by one.
But he was not officially fired #Canucks“
— Tim and Friends (@timandfriends) January 22, 2023
Sergei Gonchar and Adam Foote could join the Canucks
Friedman”Okay, here’s a few more things. We’ve been talking for the last few days about Sergey Gonchar joining the team as an assistant coach on a part-time basis or on a consulting basis. We expect that to happen.
Also, I think another name you’re going to hear is Adam Foote, a longtime NHL defenseman who won two Stanley Cups and an Olympic gold medal in Colorado. I think it is possible that he is also going to join the staff.”