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Jun 5, 2019
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Jetman</b></div><div>He didnt say chevy's employment, he said his, meaning aldrich, which would have been 2 months before...
everyone needs to re read the Jets statement from July that they posted on behalf of Chevy. Its very enlightening on why nothing happened on Chevy's side.
The media, like usual, is twisting those comments</div></div>
From what I’ve read in the report, the meeting took place May 23rd, 2010. Aldrich’s employment ended in June of 2010. So wouldn’t that mean that Chevy lied? I’m not really following media, I’m trying to read the report and what Chevy said.
I’m not accusing, I don’t want chevy to be caught in this, but from what I’ve read it seems like he said he didn’t know about any allegations until after the end of Aldrich’s employment, yet he was in a meeting before the end of his employment in which they spoke about some of the allegations against Aldrich.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>sensonfire</b></div><div>If the Leafs lost to the same team after spending about a week at home without playing a back-to-back (which Pittsburgh did), then I would be having a completely different conversation.
People really underestimate how much of an advantage or disadvantage that the schedules of two different teams can bring to a single game.
By the way, most of what professional athletes say to the media after every loss is scripted and coached by someone.</div></div>
You can’t justify a 7-1 loss to a wounded penguins team. I get travel plays a factor. I’ve seen it a lot with the jets, but if the Jets were that scenario i couldn’t justify the loss anyway I looked at it. It’s a joke that they lost the way they did. It’s embarrassing and should spark some change. I watched Steve dangles video on the game and he said one thing that really stuck with me. If there’s one thing we’ve learnt from the Amazon series, it’s that there is a clear issue with the leafs, the players know it and the coaches know it. But they can’t fix it.
If you get to that point, change has to happen. Whether that’s coach, GM, players, whatever, change has to happen. Like Albert says, the definition of insanity is trying the same thing over and over again while expecting different results. This is the exact thing the leafs have done for what? 3 years? It’s nuts.