In Montreal or Toronto, a statue would have been erected outside of the Canadiens or Maple Leafs' arena bearing Peter Laviolette's iconic image - holding his tormented piece of chewing gum - if the Flyers' legendary comeback last May in Boston had been completed behind another bench.
Regardless of his length of stay in Philadelphia, Laviolette's deft use of the timeout - with his team trailing 3-0 just 14 minutes into Game 7 in Boston - will forever be remembered.
"Just score one goal," Laviolette told his team.
James van Riemsdyk scored 3 minutes later and the Flyers rallied from three goals to become the first team in 35 years to complete the historic three-game playoff comeback.
Laviolette's impact has been far more reaching than just that playoff series. He has changed the face of a franchise from an overpaid, underachieving bunch to a consistently hungry, winning group.