John Moore couldn't even find consistent PP time on the freaking Columbus Blue Jackets.
Stralman was an incompetent and inconsistent PPQB on the Blue Jackets as well. They bought him in from Toronto via Calgary a few yrs back to run the PP. It was a fail.
MDZ was a good PP player his first month of the season, but has really tailed off. Lack of confidence.
Callahan is good in front of the net, but his goals are greasy garbage goals. He would not be top PP unit on elite teams.
Richards is a shell of himself.
Nash is good, but not the guy to lead the PP.
In Kershaw's world players never improve. Because John Moore didn't get consistent PP time on the Blue Jackets, he's always going to suck. He played well on the Rangers and got his shots on net. He can handle the puck. He seems like a good enough passer. I guess the decisions by the Columbus coach are synonymous with the players' values. So Girardi and Boyle must be ****ing Power Play wizards. Seriously, going by a decision of a coach prone to error is a dubious logic.
Then you have Stralman who hasn't played in Columbus in like 2 years. I guess he's still the same guy.
The only time players do change in your view is when they get worse. Richards is a shell of himself. Using your logic that players don't change, Richards is a Conn Smythe player and a 2 time 90 point scorer.
Oh and Callahan scores garbage goals? I guess that's a bad thing. Someone should tell Holmstrom. Callahan also has an above average shot.