Sports Does Peter Chiarelli deserve to be fired? "Very much so," says ESPN hockey columnist

00:01  11 january  2018
00:01  11 january  2018 Source:   Edmonton Journal

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070117-no_object-56574842-Oilers_Chiarelli_presser7125-W.jpg: Edmonton Oilers general manager <span style=Peter Chiarelli." src="/upload/images/real/2018/01/11/070117-no-object-56574842-oilers-chiarelli-presser7125-w-jpg-edmonton-oilers-general-manager-nbsp-sp_400936_.jpg" /> © Ed Kaiser Edmonton Oilers general manager Peter Chiarelli.

This in from Greg Wyshynski of ESPN, his take on which NHL general managers should be fired, with Peter Chiarelli of the Oilers high on the list.

“Does he deserve it? Very much so, but it might not ultimately matter this season. In the span of three seasons, Chiarelli has created a strange and unbalanced roster that lacks championship offensive depth and remains thin defensively. He also squandered the last year of McDavid’s entry-level deal before his cap hit spikes to $12.5 million next season. The fans are outraged. The media is questioning if he’s the right executive to build this team around McDavid. Since McDavid was drafted, we’ve wondered if the Oilers could screw up landing the generational talent in the draft lottery. Chiarelli sure seems to be trying.”

How the Oilers gifted the Islanders with hockey's best 2nd line .
The Edmonton Oilers could sure use this trio right about now. Already owning arguably hockey's most dynamic line in captain John Tavares flanked by Anders Lee and Josh Bailey, there is no doubt when rounding out the rest of the top six - the Islanders have the NHL's best secondary scoring: Jordan Eberle, Mathew Barzal, and Anthony Beauvillier.Thank you, Peter Chiarelli.With two trades made over the last three years, the Islanders pieced together their second line from a pair of deals courtesy of the Oilers.

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