Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 05/03/06 at 09:14 AM ET
Ken Hitchcock looked stricken. Not angry. Not exhausted. Not embarrassed. Well, maybe a little embarrassed. Mostly, the Flyers coach looked stricken in the minutes after his team took a 7-1, season-ending thrashing last night at the hands of the Buffalo Sabres. The fire in his eyes was out, and it's no wonder why. These are the kinds of games that get coaches fired, especially when decisions are being made by the likes of Bob Clarke and Ed Snider. First-round elimination, losing the final two games by a total of 10-1, is considerably less than a Stanley Cup. It's pathetic. For a team with this much talent, it is unacceptable. Normally, that would be an indictment of the head coach. This time, it is not.read on
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