I think you've got it wrong. I don't see Krueger's style as anything like Housley's. From what the articles say, Krueger makes the effort to get to know and engage his players, and then puts them into positions to succeed. Housley seemed aloof, almost uninterested, and didn't use his players well at all, to be honest. It was more about his process and getting his players to bend to his will, which failed miserably. I think Krueger will have looser reins on the team and will allow the players to do what they do well.