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The Montreal Canadiens will have two assistant general managers after hiring Rick Dudley on Friday.
Dudley will team with Larry Carriere, who received a contract extension to remain as assistant GM. The announcements were made by new general manager Marc Bergevin.
Dudley, a former coach and player, has spent the last two decades as an NHL executive with several clubs, including Atlanta, Florida, Tampa Bay, Ottawa and Chicago. Dudley was Toronto's director of player personnel last season.
He played seven seasons with the Buffalo Sabres and Winnipeg Jets.
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The Montreal Canadiens have hired Rick Dudley as their assistant general manager, the team announced Friday. Dudley, who had a nine-year playing career, was previously the director of player personnel for the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was the general manager of the Atlanta Thrashers for one season (2010-11) before the franchise moved to Canada and became the Winnipeg Jets. "...
MONTREAL (May 25, 2012) – Montreal Canadiens executive vice president and general manager, Marc Bergevin, announced today the appointment of Rick Dudley to the position of assistant general manager. The Canadiens also announced a contract extension for Larry Carrière to remain assistant general manager.
Dudley brings more than 40 years of experience in professional hockey, including...
The Montreal Canadiens have hired Rick Dudley as their new assistant general manager.
New GM Marc Bergevin made the announcement Friday after weeks of speculation.
The club also announced a contract extension for Larry Carriere to remain assistant GM.
Dudley, a former coach and player, has spent the last two decades as a senior executive with various NHL clubs...
Breaking news via the Canadiens official Twitter account: Rick Dudley is now assistant GM of the Montreal Canadiens.
I’m on the road the next 3 days (this is via iPhone) but I will have more commentary next week. Until then: great addition, as Dudley is one of the best talent evaluators in the game today.
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