From Thatcher Demko praise & blame to potential UFA signings, here’s what happened last week on The Quickie.
Blame it on Thatcher
Blame it on Thatcher.— Trevor Beggs (@TrevBeggs) September 15, 2020
Seriously. Demko wrecked the Golden Knights and their confidence. Pete Deboer said as much last night.
I talk about the Golden Knights downfall and the contributing forces today on The Quickie: https://t.co/FRj0Eu7KnX pic.twitter.com/msZ32WQjJ2
Vegas should have won the Stanley Cup. Then, Thatcher came along.
Tale of two coaches
I gotta say, I have a more disrespect for Pete Deboer after he gave Thatcher Demko credit for the Golden Knights loss.— Trevor Beggs (@TrevBeggs) September 16, 2020
Today on The Quickie, I talk about one NHL coaching decision that worked out, while the other was a complete flop: https://t.co/dChxSmZBPP pic.twitter.com/6KIY5YLBxT
I had a similar reaction to the firing of Gerard Gallant as I did to the Washington Capitals moving on from Barry Trotz. It seems like both of those coaching decisions worked out differently for the two franchises.
Should the Canucks sign Alex Galchenyuk?
Minnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin, among other moves last week, announced that Alex Galchenyuk probably wouldn’t be returning to the team?
Is he a player you’d like to see the Canucks chase? I break down the player and give my take on The Quickie.
Monday Morning Quickie: Stars success making you jelly?
Do you think that the Canucks would have been able to knock-off the Dallas Stars if they got past Vegas?— Trevor Beggs (@TrevBeggs) September 21, 2020
Today on The Quickie podcast, I talk about the success of the Dallas Stars, and ponder the alternate reality where the Canucks beat Vegas in Game 7.https://t.co/XSnS53aBOp pic.twitter.com/XThT5fk44S
As Nick Bondi said...don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.
Seriously though, would the Canucks have beaten the Stars?