(CALGARY) The Calgary Flames announced Monday that general manager Brad Treliving has stepped down by mutual agreement after nine seasons in the role.

Don Maloney has been promoted to president of hockey operations and will assume the responsibilities of general manager on an interim basis.

The Flames failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second time in three seasons, despite scoring 93 points.

Several players have disappointed this season, including forwards Jonathan Huberdeau and Nazem Kadri, who were acquired by Treliving last summer.

Huberdeau settled for 55 points after setting a career-high 115 points in 2021-22 with the Florida Panthers. For his part, Kadri amassed 56 points after also smashing his personal mark with 87 points the previous season with the Colorado Avalanche. Kadri then helped the Avalanche win the Stanley Cup.

Meanwhile, Matthew Tkachuk, involved in the trade that brought Huberdeau and defenseman Mackenzie Weegar to the Flames, had more than 100 points in a second straight campaign, setting a career high with 109 points with the Panthers.