Okay, none of us like losing, BUT, I think we have to stay the course now and work with what we have.
It would be a big mistake to start making wholesale changes now, just for the sake of making changes.
A lot of people have been saying get rid of Desjardins and Taaffe. It's only week 3!
We have a new G-M, new head coach, new assistant coaches and a host of new players.
The only way all of these people will improve, is if they stay together.
Next year, they will all have a year under their belts. Two years from now, they will have yet another years experience.
If we constantly make changes, we will constantly be in a rebuilding mode. What we need is veteran leadership, and the only way we turn rookies into veterans, is to keep them...from the coaches to the players. We have some good talent to work with here, in every area of the team. Let's not give up on people too early, and let them become stars somewhere else. We've done it before.
Sure, we have to tweak some positions, but to have a revolving door, starting from the top onward down, would be a huge mistake. We would constantly be rebuilding and never be on solid ground.
It might be tough to swallow now, but if we can stomach the growing pains, the wins will come.