Canadaiens Fire Bergevin, Other CEO

Canadians in Montreal cleaned the house.

The team announced Sunday afternoon that it has dismissed executive vice president and GM Marc Bergevin to his duties. Assistant GM, Trevor Timmins, and senior vice president of public affairs, Paul Wilson, have also been fired from the organization.

In a corresponding move, the Canadaiens have appointed former New York Rangers GM Jeff Gorton to the role of executive vice president of hockey operations.

Gorton previously served as GM of the New York Rangers from 2015 to May 2021 before being fired along with team president John Davidson. Prior to his time with Rangers, Gorton spent 13 years with the Boston Bruins in a variety of roles, including as interim GM in 2005-06. Canadaiens Fire Bergevin, Other CEO

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