Former Flyers general manager Ron Hextall has found a new job in the NHL.
Hextall has been hired as a part-time advisor to hockey operations for the Los Angeles Kings, the team announced Wednesday.
Fired by the Flyers in November after a poor start to the 2018-19 season, Hextall, a former goalie who played 489 games with the Flyers, served as general manager for four-plus seasons.
At the time, then-president Paul Holmgren said, "it has become clear that we no longer share the same philosophical approach concerning the direction of the team."
The Flyers did not win a playoff series under Hextall, going 165-128-58 and losing twice in the first round.
The team relieved head coach Dave Hakstol of his duties in December. Chuck Fletcher took over Hextall's position, and he hired Alain Vigneault in April as head coach.
Hextall said in November he was "proud" of the groundwork he built as general manager, and that he believes the team is "poised to do something great."
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