CALGARY, AB -- The Calgary Flames announced today that Don Maloney joins the club as a pro scout. Maloney joins the Flames after serving nine seasons as Executive Vice President, General Manager and Alternate Governor of the Arizona Coyotes.
In nine seasons as the Coyotes general manager, Maloney led the team to a 326-291-87 record and three postseason appearances. He ranks first all-time in franchise history in wins by a general manager.
Maloney received the inaugural NHL General Manager of the Year Award following the 2009-10 season after steering the Coyotes to the most successful regular season in franchise history. The team finished the 2009-10 campaign with a record of 50-25-7 for 107 points, setting new franchise records for wins, home wins (29), points, and longest home winning streak (10 games).
Prior to joining the Coyotes in 2007, Maloney, a native of Lindsay, Ontario, spent the previous 10 seasons as a member of the New York Rangers’ front office.
As a player, Maloney registered 214 goals, 350 assists and 564 points and 815 penalty minutes in 765 regular season games over 13 NHL seasons with the Rangers, Hartford Whalers and Islanders. He also collected 22 goals, 35 assists and 57 points in 94 career Stanley Cup playoff games.