I haven't seen a worse GM than Bergevin. Gainey did some good and bad things. But more good, especially early. After his daughter passed, he was awful. But I mean.. I don't blame him for that. As a fan, I wish he resigned earlier. As a human, I completely understand what he was going through. Gauthier wasn't really that bad until he started to panic. He wasn't anything special, but he was an average GM. When he started to panic, he was like any normal human and made rash decisions. Unlucky for him, they didn't pan out. A lot of Bergevin's early success is because of Gauthier. Bergevin inherited a really good team. He's also made good and bad moves. The biggest problem is that his good moves or potentially good moves are followed by awful moves or no moves at all. I'll never understand trading Subban and then doing what he did. He doesn't bring back Radulov. He doesn't bring back Markov. He trades a lot for Drouin. He trades for Weber and signs Price to a crazy deal. It's like he as half going for the Cup and half going for a long term rebuild. It made no sense. If Weber and Price are healthy, and we keep Radulov and Markov, while acquiring Drouin.. We're a contender. Instead, we leave our team short and then we can't overcome injuries because we have nothing. He took a very good team us made us bad. And we're going to be screwed on flexibility for awhile with some of the contracts he gives out. He just doesn't understand the game as it is today.