After an early playoff exit, the Florida Panthers have kicked GM Dale Tallon upstairs and made Tom Rowe their new GM.
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Panthers have shaken up their front office, with Dale Tallon becoming president of hockey operations and Tom Rowe replacing him as general manager.
Those moves occurred earlier this month, but the team did not confirm them until Monday.
Eric Joyce and Steve Werier are new assistant general managers for the Panthers, who won 48 games and set a franchise record with 103 points this season. Florida lost in the first round of the playoffs to the New York Islanders.