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Holmgren a shoo-in for Executive of the Year

I believe Paul Holmgren should win the NHL Executive of the Year.

The Flyers had their worst season in franchise history last year and as soon as Holmgren took over he immediately started to make moves in an attempt to improve the team.

He took the team from the bottom to the top in one year, bringing them all the way to the Eastern Conference final this year. The team is completely revamped and every move he made was the right one.

If his actions over the past year don't make him a front-runner for this award, I don't know what will.

Alan Bass, Cherry Hill, N.J.


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