Devils co-owner: Lou Lamoriello was unhappy, won't hire new president

Eduardo Munoz / Reuters

The Lou Lamoriello era with the New Jersey Devils is over, and according to team co-owner Josh Harris, general manager Ray Shero won't be dealing with a new team president.

Lamoriello was officially hired as the Toronto Maple Leafs new general manager Thursday after spending 28 years with the Devils.

Shero was hired as GM on May 4 - taking the role away from Lamoriello - and was caught off-guard about the news of his departure.

Although the move came as a shock, Harris recently learned Lamoriello was unhappy with his new role that ultimately affected the amount of control he had in the organization.

In Lamoriello's 28 seasons with the Devils, the franchise won three Stanley Cups and were one of the most dominant teams of the era.

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Devils co-owner: Lou Lamoriello was unhappy, won't hire new president
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