No, no. The thing is that Fr John Romanides has a very balanced view of Church history and rejects the polemical approach which tends to ignore anything that gets in the way of whatever is the received understanding. Such a polemical approach can be found in all groups, not only in respect of Church History.
There are theologians in my own communion who also have a balanced view.
Such a balanced view requires a measure of self-reflection on behalf of ones communion and the received history, and it requires a degree of self-criticism. Fr John Romanides, and Fr V.C. Samuel from my own communion, have such a balanced and refelective perspective.
I am quite able, I believe, to reflect on the understanding of Church History which my own communion presents, but it is not always so easy to find members of the Eastern Orthodox communion who are willing to be equally self-critical. I do know quite a few and they are a real blessing in terms of developing my own understanding of things and in thinking through various opportunities that there may be for the complete reconciliation of our communions.
I am glad that you consider Fr John Romanides conservative and Orthodox because his most interesting and self-reflective writings about the Church History are very important and fill me with hope.