Wayne Gretzky’s Resignation and What It Means for the Phoenix Coyotes

Posted: 26th September 2009 by Sixty Feet, Six Inches in NHL
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On Thursday Coyotes fans finally got the news they've been waiting for all summer, that Wayne Gretzky was no longer their coach. For a very small group of human beings who have been through hell this year, this was a welcome piece of good news.

Gretzky posted a record of 143-161-24 in his four seasons behind the bench in Phoenix and only proved to be another example in the argument that extraordinary talent on the ice/field does not equate to talent behind the bench.

Those who have the ability to see the game on a different level than others often have problems relating to the average player. Meanwhile if one looks at the best coaches/managers currently in sports they were all usually middle of the road players, but have a strong understanding of the game and can teach it to ...

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