(Note to Puck Daddy readers: The "mic'd up" post is actually here.)
Have you seen this man?
We're now seven months and counting into the Brian Burke Era.
When he didn't make a single significant move in his first four months on the job, everyone said not to worry because the best time to sell was at the deadline.
When he didn't do anything at the deadline other than a few minor deals with UFAs, everyone said not to worry because he was waiting for the draft.
Now the first round has come and gone, and Burke has drafted a solid prospect in Nazem Kadri but came up empty on his vow to move up and couldn't find a deal for Tomas Kaberle.
I guess now we're waiting until free agency.
I know this is a long process. I know it's not easy to trade in today's NHL. I know the best deal is sometimes the one you don't make.
But at some point, doesn't Brian Burke have to actually do something? You know, besides giving good soundbites?
Or am I just being one of those unreasonable Leaf fans?