Not by himself, but the team has done a nice job the last few drafts and this past season through trades of stocking what was a bare cupboard when it came to young talent. Like any rebuilding team it's going to take some time to turn things around, but the future looks better than it did some time ago. This team for the most part has never been strong at drafting or bringing in young talent through trades, it's a reason why they've been bad the last few years. No one has been able to step in and replace the key pieces that have left. It's why Detroit and Jersey have been successful. Hopefully this is something that is changing, especially in the "new" NHL where drafting and having cheap, young talent is more important than ever.