The Toronto Maple Leafs have a new General Manager.
They’ve hired veteran NHL executive Lou Lamoriello as their new general manager.
Lamoriello has been with the Devils since 1987 and led them to 21 playoff appearances and 3 Stanley cups.
The 72-year-old stepped down as Devils GM earlier this summer when the team hired Ray Shero and became team President.
He resigned from his position in New Jersey to take the job as the Maple Leafs 16th GM.
Leafs President Brendan Shanahan was Lamoriello’s first draft pick as GM in 1987.