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L.A. KINGS ANNOUNCE VACHON AS PRESIDENT
Published March 20, 1995
Former Kings goalie and front office exec Rogie Vachon has been appointed President of the team. Vachon replaces Bruce McNall, the former owner of the team who plead guilty in December to a bank fraud scheme. Vachon will be responsible for all operating aspects of the team and report to Kings Chair Joseph Cohen (MONTREAL GAZETTE, 3/18). Former Bruins Asst GM & Coach and ESPN analyst Mike Milbury was reportedly offered the dual position of Kings GM-Coach. Milbury said last night that he intends to stay at ESPN for the rest of the year ("National Hockey Night," ESPN, 3/19).