Blackhawks hire Cubs' Jeff Greenberg as team's associate general manager

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The Chicago Blackhawks remained within the city to contribute to their front workplace. On Thursday, the Blackhawks revealed that the group is employing Jeff Greenberg of the Chicago Cubs as the Blackhawks’ associate basic supervisor.

Greenberg invested the previous 11 years in the Cubs front workplace and most just recently, worked as the group’s assistant basic supervisor. He was likewise the Director of Pro Scouting and baseball operations, Director of Baseball Operations, and Assistant to the General Manager. He likewise operated in the front workplaces with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Pittsburgh Pirates prior to his time with the Cubs.

The 36-year old will manage the Blackhawks’ hockey operations group in addition to working together with basic supervisor Kyle Davidson and fellow associate basic supervisor Norm Maciver. 

“What I’ve learned about the Blackhawks is they’re serious about using this rebuilding period to not only set this franchise up to be the best in hockey, but the best in all of sports moving forward,” Greenberg stated in a news release. “There couldn’t be a more exciting time to get in on the ground floor of this journey and pursue every possible solution to put this team back on the path to winning hockey.”

The Blackhawks’ most recent executive will formally start his function with the group on May 9. Greenberg will leap right into a restore for a Blackhawks franchise that created a 28-42-11 record (67 points) and will complete seventh location in the Western Conference’s Central Division. 

Greenberg will sign up with a front workplace that is going to need to choose whether to move longtime Blackhawks stars Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, who have actually invested their whole professions in Chicago and assisted raise 3 Stanley Cup banners. 



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