The best coach in the world needs players to kill penalties. The best coach in the world needs players to defend leads. The best coach in the world needs players to win puck battles. If you don't have players who are good in some of the required roles, you pretty much have to get out the old shoe-horn. It is like that though, especially at the top end. We have a couple of good grinders in Hyman, Mikheyev, and Moore. We don't really have any good defensive forwards. Hyman is decent. Tavares and Marner are decent. Mikheyev and Moore are not bad. There's no one definition of "a good coach". Those may be the traits you like in a coach, and I would actually agree with you there, but there are lots of good coaches who don't possess those traits.