Robbie Ftorek fired from OHL Erie
Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:52 PM
Former Albany River Rats and New Jersey Devils coach Robbie Ftorek has been fired by the Ontario Hockey League’s Erie Otters.
Ftorek, 60, had held the position of head coach with Erie since 2007, leading the Otters to a record of 132-169-3-21 over the past five seasons before getting off to a 7-15-2-3 start this season.
Former Rats goaltender Peter Sidorkiewicz, who played two seasons under Ftorek in Albany, will remain with the Otters as assistant coach.
Ftorek served as head coach of the Rats from 1993 to 1996 before graduating to the NHL, first as an assistant coach and then head coach of the New Jersey Devils. He went on to spend parts of two seasons as head coach of the Boston Bruins before returning for a second stint with the Rats from 2003 to 2006.
Ftorek was behind the bench for Albany when they defeated the Fredericton Canadiens in 1995 to take home the city’s only Calder Cup championship to date.
IT IS VERY HARD TO WIN ONE STANLEY CUP, FORGET ABOUT THREE... and maybe it's high time some of you actually APPRECIATED THAT instead of treating it like it's some flipping birthright because for some random reason you rooted for the damn Devils!!!!!
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Posted 30 November 2012 - 03:05 PM
Hit 'em harder cops!
But a hockey team called the Mighty Ducks?
Posted 30 November 2012 - 03:35 PM
[Mark Messier]: A big, bald attention whore with a stupid Easter Island-lookin face. - from who else? DaneykoIsGod!
Even when Marty comes back maybe Larry should put Clemmensen to be on the goal during the shootouts.
Can the coach do that ? Switch the goalies 5 seconds to go in overtime? - Most priceless quote ever posted on a message board.
Martin Brodeur: THE MOST ALL-TIME WINS!, 12 straight seasons of 30+ wins, 3 Stanley Cups, 4 Vezina Trophies, and zero respect from too many so-called Devils "fans" who are either too young or too bandwagon to remember the much darker days of Sean Burke, Craig Billington, Bob Sauve, Alain Chevrier, and the talented but overwhelmed Chico Resch, among many others.
It's easy to support a great player when he's playing at his very best. It takes a true fan to support that same player during those rare moments and stretches when he's not. Babe Ruth went 0-4 some games, and sometimes Wayne Gretzky was held pointless. There may be such a thing as greatness, but no such thing as absolute perfection every single night.
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