Read the thread, dude. There's plenty of evidence, not the least of which was Terry owning the spending spree of summer 2011. Continue with your narrative though.
It goes to my central point. If one of our Eastern Conference rivals has an anti-analytics owner, and presumably will hire people who believe the same, if not outright prohibit any signficant use of analytics, and that guy has no hockey basis for his stance, what kind of advantage do we have if our owner says, "Hell if I know. This is why I hire good hockey people. They decide."? You might get the same decision in the end, but it would be based on something sound and you'd know that other decisions emerged from sound thinking. I just want hockey people making hockey decisions. It's not that controversial a position. Does anyone really care what Pegula thinks about Steven Stamkos, other than to tell Murray that if you want him, I'll pony up?
I believe it's human nature to want to be a part of and have input in a business that you own. ESPECIALLY if you are a fan owning a team. I believe almost everyone of us posters would "meddle" on some level. If you say you wouldn't I wholeheartedly believe you, but you sir, are a rare bird indeed.