NHL: Shanahan hired as Leafs’ boss
TORONTO (AP) — Brendan Shanahan will run the Toronto Maple Leafs after handing out suspensions the last three years.
Shanahan became the team president, leaving his job as NHL director of player safety. He took over the disciplinarian job from Colin Campbell and will be replaced by Stephane Quintal.
Shanahan, a Toronto native, played 1,524 NHL games in 21 seasons and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame last year.