Take his predictions and do a 180-degree turn, and that's more like reality. I do have some information to back that up, I'm just not going to lay it out for you. It's not in anyone's interest to do so. But I assure you that Bradley is several shades of wrong.
Here's what Bradley wrote:
Likely suspects: John Anderson, who coaches the Chicago Wolves; Paul Maurice, who was fired by the Maple Leafs; and McCrimmon. • Unlikely suspects: Ron Wilson, who was fired by San Jose, and Peter DeBoer, who coaches the minor league Kitchener Rangers. DeBoer could be headed for the Maple Leafs and, with six NHL teams looking for coaches, Wilson could see other jobs as more inviting. • Hiring timetable: Early June, according to Waddell. • Prediction: Paul Maurice
Paul Maurice will not be the next Thrashers coach, nor will McCrimmon, nor will Anderson. I'd take that to the bank. Ron Wilson, as a taskmaster, is a bad fit for the team at this time. DeBoer is actually the most likely off that list. But he doesn't coach "minor league" hockey. I'm also not sure how you can say a coach may be headed for the Maple Leafs when they haven't even hired a GM yet. Typically, GMs hire coaches right?