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Maloney named Flames VP of hockey operations

Joined organization in 2016 after nine seasons as Coyotes general manager @NHLdotcom

Don Maloney was named vice president of hockey operations for the Calgary Flames on Thursday.

Maloney, who joined the Flames as a pro scout in 2016 after nine seasons as executive vice president, general manager and alternate governor of the Arizona Coyotes, will continue to report to Calgary GM Brad Treliving.

Maloney also served as VP of player personnel and assistant GM of the New York Rangers from 1996-2007 and GM of the New York Islanders from 1992-95.

The Flames also re-signed assistant GMs Craig Conroy and Brad Pascall.

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