If GM Kevin Cheveldayoff isn’t trying to trade No. 33, he’s not trying to make the Jets better.

What to do with defenceman Dustin Byfuglien?

Byfuglien showed what he’s all about, a two-goal, plus-3 performance the first two games, then handing the Pens two goals and going minus-3, Sunday.

The guy may be in better shape, but it hasn’t changed the high-risk play that kept him off the U.S. Olympic team.

Keaton Ellerby made some bad plays in his own zone, and got a seat in the press box, Sunday.

Yet Byfuglien keeps getting the ice time.

I’m not sure what kind of example that sets for a player like Jacob Trouba, who does his share of roaming, too.

One fellow press box wag described Trouba as not letting the game come to him, a habit he’ll need to get a leash on.

But he’s 19, with a glorious upside and an open mind to refining his game.

Byfuglien isn’t.

If GM Kevin Cheveldayoff isn’t trying to trade No. 33, he’s not trying to make the Jets better.

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