The Florida Panthers have fired head coach Gerard Gallant following the team’s 3-2 loss on Sunday to the Carolina Hurricanes.

The Panthers have opened the season 11-10-1 and are currently in fifth place in the Atlantic Division and two points behind the New Jersey Devils for the second Eastern Conference Wild Card spot.

In his place, the head coaching duties have been turned over to general manager Tom Rowe, who will be coming down from the front office to take over behind the bench for the team he helped create.

Gallant was named the Panthers’ head coach in June 2014 and has taken the team into prominence during his short tenure. In his first year, Florida finished with 91 points — a 25-point improvement over the previous year. Last season, he was the head coach of the Atlantic Division All-Stars as the Panthers went on to set a club-record in both wins (47) and points (103).