John Davidson has stepped down as president of hockey operations for the St. Louis Blues, TSN hockey insiders Pierre LeBrun and Darren Dreger confirmed.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Columbus Dispatch originally reported Davidson stepped down, after spending six seasons with the franchise.
The news comes just months after the sale of the team to Summit Distributing Chairman and CEO Tom Stillman.
While Davidson interviewed for a front office position with the Columbus Blue Jackets in May, there are no reported details on where he will go next.
Davidson, 59, worked in the Blues' front office with general manager Doug Armstrong and helped lead the club to a second-place finish in the Western Conference last season.