Serge Savard has never concealed the depths of his thoughts. Especially in Canada. The organization has “set fire to his ass” time and time again for many years.
On the discussion menu, goalkeeper coach Stephane Waite was fired during the game in early March.
“I didn’t catch up with the speed of the document, but I was not impressed at all. This is amateur, from 1983 to 1995 stepping down as the former CEO, thinking with two legs crossed. When you fire someone, you have to Give them reasons.
He added: “When I fired a coach or exchanged players, I explained this to the coach in particular, or called the player to announce the news and wish him good luck.”
The senator added a layer. He did not see how Marc Bergevin was appointed as general manager of the year under the guidance of the staff (whether on the bench or on the ice).
“He will look for free agents or signed players that other teams no longer want. That’s not counting his revenge and the few Quebecers in the organization.”
To support his point, Mr. Saward has circled many club school Rockets (formerly known as IceCaps) performances. The last time he appeared in the Calder Cup playoffs was in the spring of 2017.
Guy Lafleur’s case is another topic that made him ulcers. We remember that in the CHUM fundraising campaign, the “Blond Devil” could not wear the Canadian uniform in the advertisement.
“It’s silly. For a guy who has been the best player in the league for many years, it’s a disgusting thing to do, because it’s prepared for a fundraiser for the hospital. “It makes me Take a hit,” the people involved in the CHUM Foundation yelled.
“In the new campaign, we didn’t ask for anything. In any case, before asking a question, always “No” and then “Yes”.”
It’s amazing to see the senator share the quartet with Mark Bergvin, Jeff Molson or Paul Wilson in the aisle this summer.