Jim Nill continues to make changes in Dallas. On Friday, the new Stars GM announced the club would be parting ways with longtime assistant GM Frank Provenzano, who’d been with the club for the last seven years. In addition, Nill announced that Scott White — the GM of AHL Texas — would be serving as Dallas’ director of hockey operations (while retaining his AHL gig) and that assistant GM Les Jackson and director of hockey administration Mark Janko would remain in their roles. So, just to recap all that’s gone on in Dallas over the last month: – Joe Nieuwendyk was relieved of GM duties – Nill was hired as new GM – Nill fired head coach Glen Gulutzan and assistant Paul Jerrard – Nill let Provenzano walk, promoted White The latest move makes sense, as Dallas’ front office has been crowded over the last few seasons. Nieuwendyk, Provenzano and Jackson were working as a three-man general managing unit, this after Jackson was replaced by Nieuwendyk in 2009 but retained by the organization.
Dallas parts ways with assistant GM Provenzano
Pro Hockey Talk | May 31