September 5, 1958 |
Lindsay, ON, CAN
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||190 lb (86 kg; 13 st 8 lb)|
New Haven Nighthawks
New York Rangers
New York Islanders
|NHL Draft||26th overall, 1978
New York Rangers
Donald Michael "Slip" Maloney (born September 5, 1958 in Lindsay, Ontario) is a former NHL player, and is currently the General Manager of the Phoenix Coyotes. He played for the New York Rangers for parts of eleven seasons. His best season came in the 1982–83 season, in which he tallied 29 goals and 69 points in 78 games. In addition, he played with his brother Dave Maloney while with the Rangers.
He served as the Islanders General Manager from 1992 to 1995. Maloney served as the Rangers' vice-president of player personnel and was also Assistant GM to Glen Sather from 1996 to 2007. On May 28, 2007, he was named General Manager of the Phoenix Coyotes.
In 2009, Maloney was ranked No. 26 on the all-time list of New York Rangers in the book 100 Ranger Greats.
On June 2, 2010, Maloney was named the NHL's General Manager of the Year, making him the first ever recipient of the award.
|Team||Year||Regular Season||Post Season|
|NYI||1992-93||84||40||37||7||-||87||3rd in Patrick||9||9||.500||Lost in Third Round (MTL)|
|NYI||1993-94||84||36||36||12||-||84||4th in Atlantic||0||4||.000||Lost in First Round (NYR)|
|NYI||1994-95||48||15||28||5||-||35||7th in Atlantic||-||-||-||Missed Playoffs|
|NYI||1995-96||23||5||15||3||-||(54)||7th in Atlantic||-||-||-||Fired Mid-Season|
|PHX||2007-08||82||38||37||—||7||83||4th in Pacific||-||-||-||Missed Playoffs|
|PHX||2008-09||82||36||39||—||7||79||4th in Pacific||-||-||-||Missed Playoffs|
|PHX||2009–10||82||50||25||—||7||107||2nd in Pacific||3||4||.428||Lost in First Round (DET)|
|PHX||2010–11||82||43||26||—||13||99||3rd in Pacific||0||4||.000||Lost in First Round (DET)|
|PHX||2011–12||82||42||27||—||13||97||1st in Pacific||9||7||.562||Lost in Third Round (LA)|
|PHX||2012–13||48||21||18||—||9||51||4th in Pacific||-||-||-||Missed Playoffs|
|Total||752||350||315||27||60||437||1 Division Championship||21||28||.428||0 Stanley Cups
5 Playoff Appearances
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