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Disgraced NHL Head Coach Reportedly Eyeing Comeback With Shocking Team

Published November 6, 2023 at 11:35
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Potential Coaching Change for Edmonton Oilers


As the Edmonton Oilers struggle with a disappointing 2-7-1 start to the NHL regular season, the idea of a coaching change has started to surface.Controversial Input

Controversial ex-NHL referee Tim Peel chimed in with his opinion, even though it wasn't solicited.

Joel Quenneville: A Possible Solution


To steer the Edmonton Oilers toward success, some suggest considering Joel Quenneville as their next head coach to build on the legacy of the Florida Panthers.


Notable Credentials

Quenneville left his mark in Chicago with a remarkable 452–249–96 regular season record and a 76–52 postseason record. He stands as the second-winningest coach in NHL history, boasting 890 wins. His 452 wins rank second in Blackhawks history, only behind Billy Reay. However, it's crucial to note that the reinstatement of Joel Quenneville remains uncertain despite his efforts.


In the grand scheme of things, a coaching change might be a viable option, provided Quenneville becomes available and Gary Bettman decides to reinstate him.
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Disgraced NHL Head Coach Reportedly Eyeing Comeback With Shocking Team

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