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Topic - David Morehouse
The Pittsburgh Penguins hired Ray Shero as general manager eight years ago with the mandate to build a roster around two of the game's brightest stars and turn ticker-tape parades through downtown into an annual rite of spring.
Arguably, no NHL franchise has been more positively impacted by the draft than the Pittsburgh Penguins.
"It's not a complete rebuild," Morehouse said. "This is a team that has had a level of success. What we're trying to do now is get from good to great."
Morehouse said the new general manager will determine whether Bylsma and the rest of the staff gets another shot.