Bob Murray had his contract as general manager of the Anaheim Ducks extended for two seasons on Saturday.
He is under contract during the 2021-22 season of the NHL.
"It's an honor to work for a large organization, led by an excellent property," Murray told Ducks. "Having a successful franchise is a group effort, and I am grateful for the efforts of many, including my entire hockey operations team."
Murray, who is in his 11th season as executive vice president / GM, is a three-time NHL General Manager of the Year runner-up and won the award in 2013-14. The ducks reached the Stanley Cup Playoffs in six consecutive seasons, including five straight seasons with at least 100 points.
Anaheim (15-11-5) is second in the Pacific Division with 35 points and has won seven of the last nine games.
"[Bob] has created a winning organization with its commitment and expertise, "said Michael Schulman, CEO of Ducks. We are delighted to be in a position where expectations are high practically every season, thanks in large part to Bob and his staff. We passionately share a common goal: bring another Stanley Cup to Orange County. "
Murray was GM of the 1997-99 Chicago Blackhawks and worked as a professional scout at the Vancouver Canucks from 1999-2005 before joining Anaheim in July 2005 as senior vice president of hockey operations. Murray, who is approaching 1,000 games as GM of the NHL (975 games, 188 with Chicago, 787 with Anaheim) was named for his role on November 12, 2008.