Moss out as Phoenix Coyotes president, Mike Nealy named COO

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GLENDALE, Ariz. - Phoenix Coyotes president Doug Moss has left the team and Mike Nealy has been named as the organization's chief operating officer.

Moss, who joined the Coyotes in 2002, left to pursue business opportunities outside the organization, according to a release by the team.

Nealy had been Phoenix's executive vice-president and chief financial officer after moving from the Minnesota Wild in 2006.

The Coyotes are currently being operated by the NHL while the organization negotiates to find a new ownership group.

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