Edmonton Oilers general manager and president of hockey operations Ken Holland is already leaving his mark on the organization's front office.
The club parted ways with vice president of player personnel Duane Sutter on Tuesday, according to TSN's Ryan Rishaug.
Sutter had worked in Edmonton's front office since the 2011-12 season and moved into his most recent role in 2016. He was a large part of the team's pro scouting operation, Rishaug added.
The Oilers' pro scouting has faced increased criticism in recent years, with much of the blame being placed on former general manager Peter Chiarelli.
Prior to his tenure with the Oilers, Sutter worked in varying roles for the Calgary Flames and Florida Panthers.