Hindsight is 20/20, as they say.
The body of work of a General Manager in any professional sport is never static. There will always be an immediate reaction to the moves a GM makes, whether that be a draft pick, trade or free agent signing. But to be fair, you have to continually look back at moves made in previous years to get a complete snapshot of the GM's performance.
No GM is perfect. There will always be moves that will considered a failure, it's simply inevitable. The trick is to make those failed moves as infrequent as possible. And Penguins' GM Ray Shero, or GMRS as we like to call him, doesn't make many of them, and the Penguins' ascension back to the top of the NHL is a testament to his accomplishments. Continue reading "Shero’s Past Moves Shining Brighter Than Ever"