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Larouche vows changes! Written by Gerv - February 8th, 2009

Things could be looking much different in the next few days.

Phoenix, Arizona -- With the club playing .500 hockey and some players stepping up, Larouche as made it clear that some changes will take place. The gm made it known that some players are just not producing like they should and warned that if this trend continues he ill not hesitate to make changes.

With the rumors stating that Martin could be fired, well let's just say it was cleared up this afternoon. "There is no way in hell that players will make the coach take the $%^# blame. Jacques and I have a great working habit and no player will make him lose his post. Not sure who started that but rest assure that Jacques is under contract with the Coyotes and will not be going anywhere anytime soon." an angered Larouche stated.

So with that said players in the dressing room will need to look at themselves and wonder who needs to pull up their socks. The club recently acquired Alex Tanguay and Shaone Morrisonn from the Sharks and Tanguay looked right at home in his first game collecting two points. But he quickly pointed out that he needs to bring more to the table if the team is to move up or to stay in the playoff picture.

Larouche also made it known that he was working the phones and that moves could be made. Some around the gm suggest that a deal could be completed as early as today.

The clubs gm never pointed the finger at any players but did make it clear that they know who they are and if they wish to continue to earn their paycheck they should start playing like they deserve to be here in the CMHL.

We sure will have to stay tune and see what happens here in the sunny state.

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