Hurricanes at morning skate:
– Tom Gulitti (@TomGulittiNHL) May 5, 2023
In my mind, it seems unlikely for this particular reason… But I find it hard to believe that Roy would turn down such an opportunity.
This morning, it was Yvon Pedneault’s turn to say out loud that he’d like to see him land in Ontario to manage the Sens.
I think that more and more, Patrick Roy knows the new generation of field hockey players very, very well. – Yvon Pedneault
– BPM Sports (@BPMSportsRadio) May 5, 2023
If you listen to the segment above, you’ll understand that Yvon Pedneault’s appearance wasn’t just about Patrick Roy. He was accompanied by Bob Hartley…
He argues that the Rangers have a number of “temperamental veterans” and that Bob is “capable of putting the shack in order”… Which is not to say that he isn’t right. Bob Hartley is a coach with character, and he’s proven himself in the past by winning just about everywhere he’s been.
Both cases would be particularly interesting in that Hartley and Roy haven’t coached in the NHL for some time now. But before they make an official comeback…
The Rangers would have to start by firing Gerard Gallant. And, in Ottawa, DJ Smith would have to lose his job, which isn’t guaranteed either.
But it hasn’t happened yet.
– The Hurricanes lineup at practice this morning:
– It’s not a done deal.
The Suns find themselves in a must-win scenario against a dominant Denver squad. Here are four storylines to keep an eye on in a championship-altering Game 3 on Friday.(@Kai_Gammage) https://t.co/PBsRkuAins
– Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) May 5, 2023
– Montreal CF face a tough test against Orlando.
The CFM wants to impose its style against Orlandoohttps://t.co/tV7kLfaW1Y
– RDS (@RDSca) May 5, 2023
– Incredible like that.
NAPOLI FANS SAVING PIECES OF UDINESE TURF ON WHICH THEY WON TITLE. 🌱🌱🌱
Soccer. A sport so powerful, it will cause grown adults to dig up pieces of turf and save them in bags. pic.twitter.com/5Hj0Ifc9sl
– Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) May 4, 2023