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by The Upper Canadien on 10/26/11 at 08:23 PM ET
Genuinely, that’s a first. Can anyone remember a coach or assistant being dismissed this close to a game? Also, an odd choice. Yes, the power play has struggled, and Perry Pearn is responsible for that aspect of the team, but he’s had a lot of success in the previous two seasons.
So the fans got their head, but it’s no John the Baptist. One has to figure that Jacques Martin is safe after an assistant alone is dismissed, no? At least for now?
Has Montreal become a circus? The next week could be very, very interesting.
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