Please just stop. It's pretty clear you can't do what you demand of others...make a structured argument backed by evidence. You've not made a single coherent argument for keeping AV. You simply find fault with other posts, which is both lame and lazy.
I'm sorry, please point me to a single fricken thing of value to any thread that you've posted. You are probably an alternate account for one of these other AV hating posters. At any rate out of your 33 post I suspect a whopping zero have anything to do with what thread they were actually in.
I get sick of repeating myself here (what you accuse me of is exactly what you do with every post) but here are your coherent arguements for keeping AV, I will keep them as simple as possible so even you can understand (
to myself for even responding to you):
1. AV's win loss record - Really this is all that matters since a winning coach > than a losing coach any day of the week.
2. Who are we going to replace him with? Ruff? Noel? Crow? Keenan? I fail to see you showing why these guys will take the Canucks to the Stanley Cup.
3. Why is it so imperitive to do it right now? Last I checked the Canucks still have a chance at making the playoffs.
4. Av always handles himself well with the media, if we had a guy like Torts there would be never ending controversy surrounding this team (although that is still the case it would be way worse)
5. Look at the hardware (albeit regular season) that the Canucks have recieved since AV took over coaching. Is that just a coincidence or did maybe he have something to do with it.
6. Ulitmately change just for the sake of change is not necessarily good. We can't predict how a drastic change in this club will affect player performance. At least with AV we can bank on the fact that we will get to the post season which is the only possible way a team can win a Stanley Cup.
7. Interviews with the core players of this team have shown that they have nothing but positive things to say about AV. The Sedin's seem to like him and that can only be a good thing.
8. He is signed to a contract, while I am sure it is NP for Aquilini to buyout it is still a commitment made and should be honored unless the Canucks are just tanking which they haven't.
Ultimately I am sick of these threads popping up (surprisingly) after every loss... and are conviently absent after wins or win streaks.
So there you have it I eagerly anticipate your insightful and witting response.