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by The Upper Canadien on 06/07/12 at 12:05 PM ET
As you know by now. Randy Cunneyworth and Ladoceur have moved on from the Habs. You also know that I’m not incredibly pleased with the hiring of Therrien. One thing would make me happy however:
Guy Carbonneau as assistant coach.
Carbonneau was unjustly fired there years ago. He’s a players coach and had a great rapport. Should the Canadiens hire Carbo, I think they’re making a great move. Would he take the job? That I don’t know. But in an ideal world, Carbonneau and Larry Robinson would make a heck of a tandem supporting Michel Therrien.
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