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Lamoriello, whose son Chris has been New York’s assistant GM since 2016, will immediately be tasked with trying to re-sign Islanders captain and pending unrestricted free agent John Tavares.Lamoriello said he had no preconceived notions about the inner workings of the Islanders, and he also wasn’t willing to show his hand on what he might do with the team.Asked if the first-year GM needs experienced opinions in the room, Shanahan said there will be a collaborative effort to fill the now-vacated positions."It’s got to be people that he’s comfortable with and share his vision," Shanahan said.Just fill the contact form given below and one of our technical person from support department will contact you shortly.They should highlight the best attributes of a person character without being artificial.Hunter, who played more than 600 games in the NHL, came to the Leafs in 2014 after helping build the Ontario Hockey League’s London Knights.

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TORONTO — Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan says he knew once Kyle Dubas was elevated to general manager, an exodus from Toronto’s front office was all but assured.

That shoe having now firmly dropped, the club finds itself with some big holes to fill.

But rather than express them, I’d rather just keep them to myself and allow the process to take place before making any judgments." Hunter, meanwhile, joined the Leafs as player-personnel director in October 2014 before being elevated to assistant general manager in August 2016, sharing the role with Dubas.

At the time Lamoriello said the change in title was essentially "a formality as these are duties he’s already been performing." With both Lamoriello and Hunter now out the door, Dubas will get an opportunity to shape his own front office heading into his first season in the big chair.

"We are committed to giving Lou every resource and the full support of the entire organization as we pursue our program to compete at the highest level," said Scott Malkin, managing partner of the Islanders.