Once the general manager of the Colorado Avalanche, Greg Sherman has now been named the senior vice-president of business and team operations with the same club, as per an announcement on Friday.
Sherman has spent the last 14 years in the Avalanche front office. That includes the GM role from 2009 to 2014.
Last September, prior to the start of the regular season, Joe Sakic took over the GM job, bumping Sherman to an assistant general manager position.
“Greg’s role with the Avalanche has changed over the years, but his commitment and passion for the franchise has never wavered with different responsibilities,” said Avalanche president Josh Kroenke in a statement, adding there is no change to hockey operations.