A team like the Flames, with a shallow prospect pool, giving away a 1st and 3rd and not even landing the player - that would belong in a class with Milbury, perhaps an even bigger gaff than Milbury ever managed.
Feaster already has the distinction imo of being one of the worst cap managers around...
Feaster at least has some pros from his time in Tampa (and a Stanley Cup as a result) but I agree he's not good. Milbury bad is another thing altogether when Milbury had a 1st overall and a 5th overall draft pick in 2000 but used them to get DiPietro and Torres. Heatley and Gaborik were #2 and #3 that year, and Hartnell #6. Milbury already had Roberto Luongo from the 1997 draft, but traded Luongo and Olli Jokinen to make room for DiPietro in return for Mark Parrish and Oleg Kvasha. He also traded Torres (along with Isbister) for Janne Niinimaa in 2003, ending the illustrious return from the 2000 draft.
That's before you even consider the Yashin contract or trading away Chara to get him in the first place, and also trading McCabe and Bertuzzi for Linden (great for us!) as some of his other blunders behind the wheel of the Islanders.
But hey, we agree on this one, wouldn't want either as a GM.