QUEBEC CITY (AP) - The Quebec government isn't pleased about the hiring of a Montreal Canadiens coach who can't speak French.
The province's culture minister says she expects the Habs to correct the situation.
Christine St-Pierre isn't quite calling for the firing of new coach Randy Cunneyworth, who was just hired over the weekend.
But she says the Habs have given the impression his hiring is temporary, and she takes them at their word.
The former NHL forward's title is interim coach.
The hiring has created a frenzy of media reaction, including calls for a boycott of products associated with the Canadiens.
But judging from the reaction on social-networking sites, the response of regular Montreal fans may be slightly less critical.