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“Although the team finished in 25th in the league standings, and improvement from the prior two seasons, Vinik said the decision to let both men go wasn't an indictment of how they performed at their jobs.”
“Our hockey operations department needs a fresh start in order to help us fulfill our goal of being a world-class organization," Vinik said on April 12, the day he decided to make the change.”
“Lightning owner Jeff Vinik, after he fired general manager Brian Lawton and head coach Rick Tocchet on April 12.”
“Vinik said he wants to have all three positions filled before the NHL entry draft, scheduled to take place June 25-26 in Los Angeles.”
“New Tampa Bay owner Jeff Vinik wasted little time putting his stamp on the franchise, swiftly cutting loose general manager Brian Lawton and coach Rick Tocchet less than 14 hours after the team's season ended in Florida.”
“Before the hockey operations department is addressed, however, Vinik said he wants to hire a chief executive officer to run the business and the building.”
“Rather, Vinik wanted to mold the team with his own idea using the word "world class" when describing how he wants to run the franchise under his guidance.”
“Vinik paid a fire-sale price of $93 million, or just $8 million more than Lecavalier's deal is worth.”
“As a tumultuous situation once again popped up and grabbed headlines for all the wrong reasons, Vinik made his first official move as a team owner when, less than twenty-four hours after the season ended, both Lawton and Tocchet were fired.”
“As late as February 6, around the time it was announced the team was on the verge of being sold to Boston-based financier Jeff Vinik, Tampa Bay sat in sixth place in the Eastern Conference and looked to be poised for a post-Olympic run to a playoff berth.”
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