The coaching style of pro hockey’s Scotty Bowman can be summed up in four words: taking care of business. This is what Scotty did in his 30 seasons (over a span of 35 years) of NHL coaching that made him unquestionably the greatest coach in pro hockey history. Throughout his coaching career, Scotty was a true professional who was focused on getting to the root of games and skipping the irrelevant details.
Many people consider Scotty to be the winningest coach in team sports history. His NHL coaching accolades include 1244 wins and nine Stanley Cup Championships—the first of which was in 1973, and the last of which was in 2002. He retired after the 2001-2002 season.
I found out that if you are going to win games, you had better be ready to adapt.
There is nothing so uncertain as a sure thing.
Statistics are for losers.