General Manager Brad Treliving joined the Calgary Flames organization on April 28, 2014.
In his position with Calgary, Treliving reports directly to President of Hockey Operations Brian Burke. He is responsible for all team personnel decisions, both players and staff; manage the amateur and pro scouting staffs; as well as other administrative duties required of the general manager. He is also responsible for all player personnel assignments with Flames’ minor league affiliates.
Treliving served as the Vice President of Hockey Operations & Assistant General Manager with the Phoenix Coyotes for seven seasons prior to coming to Calgary. With Phoenix, Treliving worked closely with General Manager Don Maloney on the day-to-day administration of the Coyotes’ hockey operations. Treliving also served as General Manager of the club’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Portland Pirates.
Prior to his role with the Coyotes, Treliving served as the President of the Central Hockey League (CHL) for seven years. During his tenure, he guided the CHL to remarkable growth and development including numerous successful expansion franchises. In 1996 Treliving co-founded the Western Professional Hockey League (WPHL) and served as the league’s Vice President and Director of Hockey Operations for five seasons. The native of Penticton, BC played an integral role in the merger of the WPHL and the CHL in May 2001 upon which he began his tenure as President of the league.
Prior to his front office career, Treliving played five seasons of professional hockey from 1990-91 to 1994-95 in the IHL, the AHL and the ECHL. A defenseman, Treliving registered 17 goals and 85 assists for 102 points and 811 penalty minutes in 243 games in the ECHL. As a junior, the Penticton, BC native, played in both the BCJHL and two years in the WHL.
Treliving and his wife Julie have two daughters, Ryann and Reese, and will relocate from Arizona to Calgary this summer.Assistant General Manager Craig Conroy was promoted to Assistant General Manager on June 6, 2014 after serving three seasons as the Special Assistant to the General Manager.
Conroy started his illustrious career at Clarkson University in his hometown of Potsdam, New York, before being drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the 6th round (123rd overall) of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He finished his four years at Clarkson followed by three years split between Montreal and Fredericton. At the start of the 1996 season, Conroy was traded to the St. Louis Blues where he spent the next five years of his career before being traded to the Calgary Flames in March of 2001.
During the 2001-02 season, he scored a career high 75 points, helping Jarome Iginla reach the 50 goal plateau for the first time in his career. Conroy continued to produce offensively and was a major contributor in the teams’ 2004
Stanley Cup Playoffs run. After signing with Los Angeles during the summer of 2004, Craig returned to the Flames on January 30, 2007.
During his career, he amassed a total of 1009 games with 507 of those games being played in a Flames uniform. On October 28th last season, he celebrated his 1000th career game in front of the hometown fans at the Scotiabank
Saddledome before retiring from the NHL in February of 2011 after 17 seasons spent with Montreal, St. Louis, Los Angeles and Calgary.
During his NHL career he recorded 542 points including 182 goals while notching another 30 points in 81 playoff games
Conroy and his wife Jessie have three daughters; Taylor, Sophia and Sydney.
Assistant General Manager Brad Pascall served as Vice-President of Hockey Operations/National Teams with Hockey Canada since 2010. He brings an abundance of international hockey experience as he has worked in various capacities with Hockey Canada for the past 18 years. He served as Hockey Canada’s Senior Director of Men’s National Teams from 2006 to 2010 and was the Senior Director of Communications from 1998 to 2009.
Among his achievements, he played an instrumental role for Canada’s gold medal Men’s Olympic Team at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Four years earlier, he collected gold with the Men’s Olympic Team at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. He has also been a member of team operations for Canada at the IIHF World Championship in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 and directed Canada’s National Junior Team to gold medals at the 2007, 2008 and 2009 IIHF World Junior Championships. Brad’s gold medal collection also includes the Canada/Russia Super Series in the summer of 2007 and with Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team at the 2006, 2012 and 2013 Ivan Hlinka events.
Prior to advancing to the lead position with hockey operations, he led the media relations for Canada’s national teams (men’s and women’s) at the 2002 and 2006 Olympic Winter Games, the 2004 World Cup of Hockey, eight IIHF World Championships (1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008), four IIHF World Junior Championships (1999, 2003, 2005, 2006) and two IIHF World Women’s Championships (2000, 2004) and was Coordinator of Media Relations for Canada at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey.
Drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the fifth round (103rd overall) of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, Pascall played two seasons in the AHL with Rochester and two seasons in the ECHL with South Carolina and Birmingham after four seasons (1988-92) at the University of North Dakota. He and his wife, Cassie have a daughter, Brooke and make Calgary their home year round.
Director of Hockey Administration Mike Burke joined the Calgary Flames organization in 1992.
Since the start of the 1994-95 season, when Burke moved to the hockey department and was promoted to his current position, he has been responsible for the administration of the hockey club. He continues to work closely with General Manager Brad Treliving and Senior Vice President and Assistant General Manager Michael Holditch in managing many facets of the Flames hockey organization.
Burke's vast experience in hockey-related matters has made him a valuable part of the hockey staff. His main responsibilities include contract research, analysis and negotiation, player assignments, preparation of salary arbitrations, liaison between the NHL and the Flames regarding all aspects of hockey administration, monitoring collective bargaining issues and helping coordinate the day-to-day operations of the club.
Prior to his current appointment Burke was responsible for the club's media relations and communications.
A graduate of the Public Relations program at Mount Royal College, Burke began his sports administration career with the Saskatoon Blades of the WHL in 1980 before serving two seasons as General Manager of a minor-pro team in the Montreal Expos' organization. He has often worked with the NHL at all-star games and Stanley Cup Final events. In 1996, Burke was added as a member of Team Canada's hockey operations staff for the World Cup of Hockey tournament.
A native of Plato, Sask., Burke and his wife Sandra have two children, Keaton and Reid.
Director of Hockey Analytics Chris Snow joined the Calgary Flames organization in 2011.
Chris Snow is in his fifth season with the Flames as the director of hockey analytics. In this role he is charged with all data collection, database development, and data-based analysis. Snow supports decision making across several aspects of the hockey operation, including Flames roster decisions, professional and amateur scouting, Flames game preparation, and player contract negotiations.
Prior to joining the Flames, Snow spent four seasons as director of hockey operations with the Minnesota Wild. Prior to entering the hockey business, Snow was a staff writer for the Boston Globe, where he worked as the Boston Red Sox beat writer. A graduate of Syracuse University, he has also worked for the Minneapolis Star Tribune as the Minnesota Wild beat writer.
Dr. Jim Thorne
Primary Care Physician/Sport Medicine
Dr. Bill Blair
Vice President, Communications
Executive Asst. to GM/Hockey Operations
Executive Asst. to Sr. VP, Assistant GM/Hockey Operations
Team Services Manager