2. Norm Maciver
Norm Maciver currently serves as the Assistant General Manager for the Chicago Blackhawks; a role he has filled for 8 years. He has been with the organization for 13 years and brings decades of playing and coaching experience in his position.
Maciver’s first role in the NHL post-retirement came with the Bruins in 2003-04, as an assistant coach under Mike Sullivan. The Bruins went on to a 41-19-15-7 record and ended the season with 104 points; only 5 points behind the President’s Trophy-winning Detroit Red Wings.
Norm came to Chicago as director of player development in 2006, after a disappointing season with Boston. He was promoted to director of player personnel 2011. 2 seasons later, when Marc Bergevin left to the Canadiens, Maciver was promoted to AGM.