using his big frame to create space and his skating ability to find open lanes to drive the net. He stands 6-3 and is a natural goal scorer with plenty of confidence.
He's a scout's dream in the way he prepares himself and plays an unselfish game, making smart decisions with the puck. With his bloodlines, he certainly understands what it will take to make it at the next level.
Those were Pat Quinn's teams. I'm not getting into a JFJ debate because it's pointless and overdone. You want Wilson gone? Sure, go for it. But thinking Burke's head should be too is ridiculous and would set us back.
If you can't see what Burke's doing with this team long-term, you're blind. And when it happens, Wilson won't be the coach anyways.
As I said, I'm fine with Burke's trades. But if he puts his personal relationships above the success of his team, he's not a good GM. Again, deal with it.