Bruins Jim Montgomery says he learned some lessons from the playoffs such as it is his job to get players to own and seize the moment. Says his team didn’t have the same confidence it did during the regular season. Everyone needs to learn from it in order to move forward.
– Shawn Hutcheon (@ShawnHutcheon) May 9, 2023
This is a question that has often been asked following his dismissal from the Montreal Canadiens organization. Recently, Ducharme became field hockey consultant for the Saint-Jérôme Panthères in the QAJHL…
But his time with the Panthères could be short-lived, if the latest rumors are anything to go by. A Swiss sports website (Planète Hockey) recently published a text stating that Ducharme has sent his CV to the HC Bienne team, which plays in Switzerland’s top division.
This would be a great opportunity for him to start fresh and prove that he still belongs behind the bench of a professional team. No, it’s not the NHL…
But it’s still a special challenge.
It’s worth noting that Ducharme, while still a player, once played in Europe. In fact, I’m going to push the note even further…
And I’m going to ask you if you were aware that the former CH coach literally dominated in France towards the end of his career.
Remember, he still has one year left on his contract with the CH and doesn’t need to find a job (salary-wise) if that’s what he wants.
– You’ve got to do it!
– TVA Sports (@TVASports) May 9, 2023
– Well said.
– I can’t wait to see how he performs against NHL players.
– It’s a popular question right now.
– TSN 690 Radio (@TSN690) May 9, 2023
– That’s right.
Also, the beauty of the Michkov situation is that the CH is in a position to make an informed decision with Bobrov. Whatever the decision, we’ll be able to give him the benefit of the doubt based on the information he has.
– Nicolas Cloutier (@NCloutierTVA) May 9, 2023