I believe there is a general consensus that Claude Noel is not in the Winnipeg Jets long term plans. It is more a matter of if rather than when he is thanked for his services and advised that the Jet's are moving in a "different direction". I know there was a thread discussing who the replacement should be. I would like us to focus specifically on Charlie Huddy. Aside from having a tremendous resume as a player, Huddy has a wealth of coaching experience. He has been an assistant coach in the NHL for 14 years. In all but one of the last 12 years the teams he has coached have had a winning record. I would support immediately removing Noel while there is still some faint hope that the current campaign can be salvaged and putting Huddy in on an interim basis. If Huddy isn't the answer, Chevy would be able to remove him from the conversation and find the best possible coach that comes available in the off season (some good ones always do seem to surface). So what do you think? Any merit to this?