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Which Steve Tambellini Move Was His Worst?

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Imagine walking into the premier party for "K-19: The Widowmaker". It was less of a flop than Steve Tambellini.

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Though I've been looking through the best and worst of 2012-13, nothing can prepare you for this. Like the howls of the aggrieved reaching back for us in the night, I ask you now to consider the last five years and arrive a single, wretched conclusion.

Throughout Steve Tambellini's tenure, the Oilers were the worst team in the league in almost every imaginable category. The highlight of the franchise for five seasons was to win the draft lottery and select the best player available, the "failsafe" way to follow Chicago and Pittsburgh to greatness.

Which single move encapsulates Steve Tambellini during his five seasons as General Manager of the Edmonton Oilers? What Steve Tambellini did to the Oilers franchise from 2008 to 2013 would be a felony in some cultures. It would take far too long to list all of your options here, so have at it in the comments.

Which single move move, whether it be trade, signing, waiver claim, waiver move or call-up or assignment was Steve Tambellini's worst during his five seasons as General Manager of the Edmonton Oilers?