Found September 08, 2013 on
I haven't had the opportunity to speak with Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill as he's busy watching his team and I'm busy covering the one you sent me up to watch, but the Traverse City Record-Eagle's James Cook managed to snag an interview with Nill, and the former Red Wings assistant GM is very happy in his new position:
"It's been great," Nill said. "We've got a great staff down there, some great, young kids. I'm just anxious to get the season going. It's a big change. It's all change. I'm coming from a great organization. I've been lucky I've been in an organization that has done it right all these years — and I've learned from that. That's what I'm trying to create in Dallas. I've got a lot of work to do. And if I can have a quarter of the success they've had here, I'll be happy."
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