The Minnesota Wild sent shockwaves through the hockey world Tuesday by firing general manager Paul Fenton after only 14 months on the job.

“After giving much thought to this difficult decision, I informed Paul today that he was not the right fit for our organization going forward,” said team owner Craig Leipold in a statement. “I believe we have a good hockey team, a team that will compete for a playoff spot this year, and I look forward to hiring a general manager that will help us win a Stanley Cup.”

So where did things go wrong?

Let’s take a look at some of Fenton’s most notable moves to find out.

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