No it's not.
Chiarelli has done a great job building a team. Holland did a good job sustaining an already immensely successful machine. I think Chiarelli is a better GM in today's NHL than Holland is. Kenny could learn a lot from Chiarelli on how to make good trades and free agent moves.
Chiarelli wouldn't have brought back a Samuelsson or trade a first for Quincey.
Yes it was. It was totally reactionary, over the top, and it made you look fickle. Like "OMFG we’re losing game 2 after winning game 1 so now our GM sucks and I wish we had a team like Boston!!!!!!"
Meanwhile everyone else in the league has, at one time or another wished they had a team like Detroit. Including Boston fans after game 1.