Being the head coach of any North American Hockey League team takes a tremendous amount of talent, patience, and time. Adding the General Manager title to the job only compounds that reality.
Today I am going to ask you to take on the responsibilities of a judge, or even the parent of a developing hockey prospect, to determine if a pattern of behavior is consistent with your expectation from a head coach at the free-to-play levels of junior hockey.
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