Discussion in 'New York Rangers' started by aufheben, Mar 17, 2021.
The "Fire Quinn" chants were a bit much in the 3rd period.
This thread wont last long
And now to a live look at Quinny boy.
This lends credence to the whole "overcoaching" argument. Players played more instinctively than overthinking about making mistakes.
A negative positive so to speak...
Really hated the turtling in the 3rd not going for #10. New coaching staff simply has to go. Along with the old one...
f***ing great show btw
Shoot this idiot to the moon (Quinn btw not you lol)
Oh I'm most definitely an idiot though. I am a Mets, Rangers, Knicks, Giants fan
Reminds me of when they played the Penguins after the trade deadline in 2013 and blew them out. Torts told all the new acquisitions to just "go out and play". Maybe that's the secret after all.
Look I get it, I completely understand that this is not a complete indictment on Quinn.
But you MUST admit that this is funny. I will brook no arguments against that fact.
Exactly what I thought of tonight too! That was when we traded Gaborik for Brassard and... who else? I forgot.
Moore and Dorsett. Clowe from SJ.
Meme magic is real. But yes it is very funny how that happened.
that's a pretty candid and telling take IMO
Kinda helped that the Flyers were absolutely horrific, but still hilarious.
This season has just been so... odd.
If the Rangers played a tighter game the other night they would’ve swept them easy. 13 goals in two games.
As far as Quinn goes, maybe let him sit and watch for a few games. He’s a young developing, uh, coach too.
Reading between the lines, which I admit, makes it my own take, it’s almost like saying “we didn’t have to fear playing our own games for once”. Also “play for each other” makes it sound like they’re doing that in this particular game and not every game, as opposed to (I guess?) playing for Quinn in other games? They should be playing for each other every night regardless of the coach.
If he’s not going to be fired at any point, “benching” him for a few games would be sweetly ironic.
Well the vets absolutely sent a STRONG message to the front office tonight.
Lol I can’t tell who’s serious or not. This is definitely a hilarious turn of events but I don’t see how it’s logically an indictment of Quinn. The AHL coach coming up last minute almost certainly isn’t telling people to play any differently. And the kids people blame Quinn for didn’t score either despite the Flyers barely showing up.
Again, very funny. And maybe small things like not shaking up lines contributed a bit, but biggest thing by far was the best players showing up snd Flyer being just awful.
I mean you can kinda read between the lines from the players that they believed they have a bit more freedom to express themselves on the ice. Obviously you won't change a system in such short notice, but it can be a small thing that makes a difference. Maybe you play with a little bit more swagger, when you know you won't get yelled at the bench for not playing the exact way the coach wants.
I hope Quinn is staying away for the next two games or something as well. Just because I want to see how we respond the next game. Will they continue to play with a bit more freedom and creativity, or was this just a one off because Flyers were so utterly hopeless.
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