FRIESEN: Jets' Maurice not going anywhere -- yet
It’s about Paul Maurice’s job security. Or the lack of. Yes, the man in charge of the Winnipeg Jets is sitting on one of the hotter seats in hockey. We apologize, but this video has failed to load.
tap here to see other videos from our team. Try refreshing your browser, or FRIESEN: Jets' Maurice not going anywhere -- yet Seven straight losses — the longest skid since the team relocated from Atlanta to Winnipeg — will do that to a coach. Most any coach, except maybe for one with the ink still drying on his Stanley Cup bonus cheque. Maurice, of course, has never cashed such a cheque. He has won two playoff series in seven kicks at the can here. And now this. During the team’s 10th anniversary season, no less. When marriages make it to 10 years, the traditional gift is tin. It symbolizes strength and durability. A segment of the masses would like nothing better than to tie a tin can to the coach. Besides, it’s not the time. Before you pick up your pointy sticks …
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