The Vancouver Canucks fired Bruce Boudreau on Sunday and replaced him with Rick Tocchet, ending a 13-month run as head coach in which the team missed the playoffs for the first time in three years. But Boudreau says he never considered resigning, the CBC reports. "I would've said, 'Absolutely not. You're going to have to drag me out,'" he said on SiriusXM Monday. "You want me out, get me out but I'm not going to quit and I'm not going to ever give up because if you do that, you're quitting on the players and my whole thing with the team all year was, we never quit. We never quit. We have to keep going. So, that wasn't going to happen."