I’ve seen Ray Shero’s name dragged through the mud. People mocked him when Marian Hossa signed with the Red Wings. They ridiculed him when he fired Michel Therrien. They wanted Colby Armstrong back, they missed Ryan Malone, they missed Ryan Whitney, they couldn’t believe someone would give up on Angelo Esposito. Who did this guy think he was, anyway—a General Manager or something? Maybe the best in hockey. Since succeeding Craig Patrick a little more than 3 years ago, Shero has pushed all the right buttons, turning the young, talented team he inherited into a potential dynasty. The Penguins are currently playing at a pace that, if it is roughly upheld, would give them somewhere in the neighborhood of 107 points at s ...
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