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Lamoriello won't try to lure son to Maple Leafs: report

Saturday, 07.25.2015 / 10:31 AM / News

NHL.com Staff

Lou Lamoriello, who resigned as president of the New Jersey Devils on Thursday and was named general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, said he has no plans to bring anyone from the Devils' staff with him to his new job, Northjersey.com reported Friday.

That includes his son, Chris Lamoriello, who is the Devils' senior vice president of hockey operations. Chris has been GM of their American Hockey League affiliate for the past 14 seasons, and has been with New Jersey for a total of 18 seasons.

"Chris is a New Jersey Devil and he's a good hockey person," Lamoriello told the website. "His fate is in Ray's hands," referring to Devils general manager Ray Shero, who replaced Lamoriello as GM on May 4.

Two-year agreement between Coyotes and Glendale approved

Friday, 07.24.2015 / 2:19 PM / News

ArizonaCoyotes.com

GLENDALE -- The Glendale City Council voted unanimously this morning to rescind its decision on June 10 to cancel an arena management contract with the Coyotes, and to enact an amended two-year deal with the team.

"'I'm relieved," Coyotes Co-owner, President and CEO Anthony LeBlanc said. "It's good to get this behind us and focus on what's important to us, which is the hockey team."

Devils name Tom Fitzgerald assistant general manager

Friday, 07.24.2015 / 12:43 PM / News

NewJerseyDevils.com

Newark, NJ – The New Jersey Devils today named Tom Fitzgerald to the position of Assistant General Manager. The announcement was made by Devils' General Manager Ray Shero.

"Tom Fitzgerald has extensive experience as both a player and now in hockey operations, having served in several significant roles over the past eight seasons," said Shero. "He is well-respected throughout the league, and I feel that he is an ideal fit for our team. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Pittsburgh Penguins for their cooperation in allowing Tom to join our organization."

Lou Lamoriello thanks Devils fans in newspaper ad

Friday, 07.24.2015 / 9:44 AM / News

NHL.com

Lou Lamoriello wasn't about to begin his new venture as general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs without thanking the fans of the New Jersey Devils.

Lamoriello resigned as president of the Devils on Thursday to become the 16th general manager of the Maple Leafs. Lamoriello worked in New Jersey for 28 years and won the Stanley Cup three times.

Less than 24 hours after being announced as GM of the Maple Leafs, Lamoriello took out a full-page advertisement in the sports sections of The Record and The Star-Ledger on Friday to thank Devils fans.

Lamoriello won't be replaced as Devils president

Thursday, 07.23.2015 / 10:34 PM / News

David Satriano - NHL.com Staff Writer

NEWARK, N.J. -- The New Jersey Devils won't look for a new president after Lou Lamoriello resigned from that position Thursday to become general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

"We don't really feel the need for a president, and we are very excited about our dialogue with [general manager] Ray [Shero] and moving forward," co-owner Josh Harris said.

Lamoriello, who turns 73 in October, was New Jersey president and general manager since 1987. He was replaced as GM in May when the Devils hired Shero. Lamoriello remained president until Thursday.

"When you're used to having absolute control of an organization. … Lou was obviously president and Ray was GM, and I think it was just a different situation for him," Harris said. "I think it's relatively easy to see why he might consider a great team like Toronto as an opportunity.

"Very recently, we found out that Lou as a personal matter, it wasn't working for him, and so this all came at us very quickly. The last 48 hours have been .. we've all had to do a lot of work getting ready for today."

Canadiens' Gallagher expects Pacioretty back quickly

Thursday, 07.23.2015 / 10:27 PM / News

NHL.com

Montreal Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher said Wednesday he expects teammate Max Pacioretty to recover quickly from his offseason knee injury.

"He's got a history of being a pretty quick healer, so I expect him back pretty soon," Gallagher told TSN Radio 1040 in Vancouver, according to the Montreal Gazette.

Pacioretty injured his knee during an off-ice workout July 9, and the Canadiens said his recovery was expected to take 12 weeks. Montreal opens its season at the Toronto Maple Leafs on Oct. 7, a few days past that 12-week timetable.

Blackhawks owner sees statues for Toews, Kane

Thursday, 07.23.2015 / 10:20 PM / News

NHL.com

Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane could someday join Michael Jordan, Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull with statues outside United Center, Chicago Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz told the Chicago Tribune editorial board Thursday.

"In the long run, we'll see if we get a couple of more statues,” Wirtz said while discussing the $84 million contract extensions for Kane and Toews that begin this season. “I think that they're quality individuals. They're never satisfied. They're great leaders, and I think they're terrific for the city. As the eight-year contracts go on, I think we'll see they're worth every penny."

Sabres sign Jerry D'Amigo to two-way contract

Thursday, 07.23.2015 / 4:28 PM / News

BuffaloSabres.com

The Buffalo Sabres today announced the team has signed forward Jerry D'Amigo to a one-year, two-way contract.

D'Amigo (5'11", 208 lbs., 2/19/1991) made his Sabres debut last season, logging nine NHL games in March after begin recalled from the Rochester Americans (AHL). The Binghamton, New York native split the 2014-15 AHL season between the Americans and the Springfield Falcons, logging 26 points (9+17) in 59 AHL games during his fifth professional season.

Lamoriello leaves Devils, becomes Maple Leafs GM

Thursday, 07.23.2015 / 3:48 PM / News

Mike Brophy - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- Lou Lamoriello's burning desire to win led to a life-altering change Thursday.

Lamoriello, who turns 73 in October, resigned as president of the New Jersey Devils to become the 16th general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was hired by Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan and replaces Dave Nonis, who was fired after Toronto finished 27th in the NHL standings last season.

"The thing that has driven me all of my life is winning," Lamoriello said after being introduced at Air Canada Centre. "The commitment that the Toronto Maple Leafs have made when they brought Brendan in and brought (coach) Mike Babcock in, to me the only thing that can happen is having success. Winning doesn't happen because you say it; winning happens because of everything you do that leads to it."

DeBoer says Sharks will have captain in '15-16

Thursday, 07.23.2015 / 1:26 PM / News

NHL.com

The San Jose Sharks haven't had a captain since Joe Thornton wore the "C" in the 2013-14 season, but coach Peter DeBoer said that will change this season.

"I feel very confident by the first game of the season, we'll have a captain," DeBoer told 95.7 The Game in San Jose on Wednesday. "It's not something we are going to drag around as a distraction this year. We're going to move past that. I think the players are ready for that too, they just want to play some hockey and get this thing back on track."

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