- Tim Leiweke to step down as Maple Leafs CEO
- Rangers, free agent Kevin Hayes agree on deal
- Senators extend Clarke MacArthur for five years
- Charles Wang agrees to transfer Islanders' ownership to Jon Ledecky
- Steve Moore, Todd Bertuzzi reach settlement
- Maple Leafs ink forward William Nylander to entry-level contract
- Goaltender Michael Leighton inks one-year deal with Blackhawks
- NHL picks Buffalo as host of 2015, 2016 NHL Combine
- Former NHL official Kevin Collins honored in Chicopee, MA.
- Seattle's plan for an NHL expansion is back on track
- Blue Jackets prospect Sonny Milano to play for Whalers in OHL
- NHL MVP Sidney Crosby happy with right wrist healed
- Blackhawks' 24th pick from '10 Kevin Hayes now unrestricted free agent
- Wild goalies Harding, Backstrom gear up for training camp
- Forward Jakob Silfverberg signed by Ducks to one-year deal
- Ted 'Teeder' Kennedy will have first statue in Maple Leafs' Legends Row
- Ken Holland signs four-year deal to remain Red Wings GM
- Ex-Islanders legendary coach Al Arbour battling dementia
- Oilers sign No. 3 pick Leon Draisaitl to three-year deal
- Adjustments essential for Rangers after off-season moves
Tim Leiweke to step down as Maple Leafs CEO
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 15:40:15 +0000
Toronto, ON, Canada (4E Sports) - Tim Leiweke will leave his post as president and CEO of Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment, the company announced.
MLSE said Leiweke will remain with the company until June 2015 or until a successor is appointed.
The 57-year-old Leiweke has been in the position since June 30, 2013. Before that, Leiweke was president and CEO of Anschutz Entertainment Group, which counted the Los Angeles Kings among its holdings.
Recently, MLSE has hired Brendan Shanahan as president, Kyle Dubas as assistant general manager and Brandon Pridham as assistant to the GM, while firing assistant GMs Dave Poulin and Claude Loiselle.