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    Default Coach of the year

    I really can't imagine anyone else being selected. What he has done this year with all the injuries is quite deserving. And to add icing on the cake:

    "Coach Dan Bylsma is now the all-time playoff wins leader in franchise history with 24 wins, breaking a tie with former coach Scott Bowman."

    'Nuff said.

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    Default Re: Coach of the year

    I totally agree. To try to argue anyone else is just stupid! Great job by everyone! I hope the Pens don't lose Tony Granato!

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    Default Re: Coach of the year

    I honestly think it would be robbery if Bylsma doesn't get it.

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    Default Re: Coach of the year

    Anybody else getting this award besides Dan Bylsma would be highway robbery. The Pens ended up with the 2nd most points in Team history. Do you think the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1990's accomplish that feat or anywhere near it without Mario and Jagr for as long as sid and Geno have been out?

    Look around the rest of the NHL...

    Do the Capitals finish with the #1 seed or even close without Overchkin and Semin or Backstrom?
    Do the Flyers win the division or even come close without Briere and Richards?
    Do the Canucks win the Top seed in the West without the Sedin's?
    Chicago barely made the playoffs with Sharp, Towes and Kane notching between 70-80 games each.
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