St. Louis Blues Chairman Tom Stillman and GM Doug Armstrong announced major changes in the team’s leadership.

Doug Armstrong, the longest-serving and winningest GM in Blues history, has signed a three-year extension, keeping him president of hockey operations through the 2028-29 season. Alexander Steen will step in as special assistant to the GM through the 2025-26 season, after which he’ll take over as the 12th GM in franchise history. Tim Taylor has been promoted to assistant GM, joining Ryan Miller. Taylor will handle player personnel, while Miller focuses on salary cap compliance and contracts.

Armstrong, entering his 15th season as GM, has led the Blues to 601 regular-season wins, three Central Division titles, and their first Stanley Cup in 2019.