I think my favorite part of watching the head coach of a professional sports team go full-Bill Belichick is that they always tend to make the idea of them using modern technology seem like it's a slap in their SnapFace. I don't doubt for a second that Guy Boucher has never checked the "sky is falling" overreactions of his fanbase by scouring the abject dumpster fire that is relatively anonymous postgame chatter. I'm not quite sure I have ever seen the man bear a smile, and - despite the "rotting animal in the ass" vibe that tends to emanate from hockey twitter - it's pretty impossible to survive the wild, wild web of social media if you are humorless.
I do, however, agree with his larger point. I'm not sure why a reporter thought it would be wise to pepper a head coach of a team that has defied odds to get to the Eastern Conference Finals with a question about the "quality" of hockey he's overseeing. If Guy Boucher's job was to produce aesthetically pleasing puck he would already be sitting at home petting the white cat on his lap until September. Pretty off-base to assume that he should concern himself with appeasing the unappeasable general public while also continuing to lead a team on what would be an extremely unlikely championship run. The Ottawa Senators could act as Ambien to the entire NHL viewership by mucking it up with a more skilled squad, and Guy Boucher wouldn't be any less ecstatic if it resulted in a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals. You might not be able to tell from his facial expression, but you definitely could by checking his anti-social browser history.