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Coffey: I’d consult on Penguins’ power play

From the Pittsburgh Tribune Review’s Mike Palm:

Paul Coffey isn’t interested in coaching in the NHL.

But the Hall of Fame defenseman said Tuesday he’d be willing to consult with the Penguins next season, after an ineffective power play sent the team to an early playoff exit.

“Anything to help anybody,” Coffey said in a phone interview.  “I was going back and forth with Mario (Lemieux) on texts (during the playoffs),” said Coffey, widely considered to be one of the game’s great power-play quarterbacks.

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Evilpens's avatar

NO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A fulltime PP Coach !! Good Lord you have a PP consultant as an owner

Posted by Evilpens on 05/04/11 at 12:54 PM ET


Power Play Consultant Paul Coffey’s keys to a great power play:

1 Have either Wayne Gretzky or Mario Lemieux on the ice with me.

2 Also choose from Jari Kurri, Jaromir Jagr, Mark Messier, Glen Anderson, Ron Francis…

3 Have one of the above shoot the puck in the net.

Posted by CallMeJerry on 05/04/11 at 05:25 PM ET


Power Play Consultant Paul Coffey’s keys to a great power play:

Addendum - have the opposing goalie wear 80’s era equipment.

Posted by CallMeJerry on 05/04/11 at 05:28 PM ET

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