I shouldn't bash him - because the moves he made early on as GM in Boston had a big impact on the Bruins winning the Cup in 2011 (the only Boston Cup I've been alive to witness). I'm extremely grateful for that. But most of his moves after the 2011 season were baffling - and when he left Boston and took the job in Edmonton, with a gift wrapped Connor McDavid at his feet, he was put in a great situation which he still somehow managed to F up. It is still mind boggling to me how Edmonton fails to have any success with all the high 1st round draft picks they have had over the past 10 seasons. I figured at some point they would start having the same success the Pens had when they drafted Malkin and Crosby.
They sure do have talent, but don't seem to have a clue what to do with all of it. As a Finn, I'm just hoping they trade Jesse Puljujärvi somewhere he can have a true chance to show what he got.