Dave Nonis Named Senior Advisor
The former Vancouver General Manager joins the Ducks as a Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
Nonis spent the last 10 years with the Vancouver Canucks organization. He spent the first six seasons as Senior Vice President, Director of Hockey Operations (1998-2004) before being promoted to Senior Vice President and General Manager in May 2004. Under his leadership, the Canucks produced the best season in franchise history in 2006-07, setting club records for both points (105) and wins (49) in a single season. In addition, Nonis negotiated a blockbuster trade with
Prior to joining the Canucks, Nonis was the Manager of Hockey Operations for the National Hockey League for four seasons (1994-98). During his tenure with the NHL, he became a Collective Bargaining Agreement specialist, helping to finalize sections of the document when the previous edition was drafted prior to the 1994-95 season. Nonis originally broke into the NHL with the Canucks in 1990 where he was responsible for corporate contracts, computer scouting and team services.
A native of