Randy Carlyle’s job seems to be protected — for now.
Amid the staff’s 11-game skid, Geese normal supervisor Bob Murray assured he is just not planning to fireplace the staff’s head coach.
A press release from Government Vice President and Common Supervisor Bob Murray. pic.twitter.com/UyocDVbmjJ
— Anaheim Geese (@AnaheimDucks) January 14, 2019
“Whereas it isn’t my desire to make feedback on this subject through the season, our latest play has led to many questions. Our followers are annoyed, rightfully so, and deserve a response from me,” Murray stated in an announcement. “At the moment, I’m not contemplating a training change. I’m extra centered on our gamers, particularly with who’s going to step up on this scenario. The way in which we performed (Sunday) was a step in the best route, however we’d like a lot, way more. We’ve got greater expectations for this group and they need to anticipate extra from themselves.”
Anaheim hasn’t gained a recreation since Dec. 17 when the staff defeated the Penguins in Pittsburgh.
The Geese (19-18-9) will look to snap their shedding streak once they go to the Purple Wings (17-23-7) at 7:30 p.m. ET Tuesday.