- Associated Press - Monday, April 28, 2014

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - The minor league hockey team from Maine’s largest city has announced the resignation of its chief financial officer.

The Portland Pirates of the American Hockey League announced Monday that it accepted the resignation of Brian Petrovek, CFO of the team for the past 14 years.

Petrovek says his departure gives the teams’ management freedom to pursue a new path. He said that includes the team returning to its longtime home at the newly renovated Cumberland County Civic Center.

He says he looks forward to entering a new role as a fan, not a business manager, of the Pirates.

Managing partner Ron Cain commended Petrovek for securing successful relationships with National Hockey League and his business insights.

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