The Islanders have fired GM Garth Snow and head coach Doug Weight, the team announced Tuesday.
New president of hockey operations Lou Lamoriello announced that Snow and Weight were relieved of their duties, and that he will assume the role as the team's GM. He will also be leading the search to find a new head coach.
"The New York Islanders would like to thank both Garth and Doug for their dedication to the franchise," Lamoriello said. "Both started their tenures with the franchise as players and grew as tremendous leaders to the positions they held."
Snow, who was an Islanders goalie for four seasons, was named GM of the Isles back in 2006 by former owner Charles Wang. During his tenure, the Islanders made the playoffs four times, making only as far as the conference quarterfinal (2006-07, 2012-13).
Weight coached just two seasons with the Islanders, where he totaled a 59-49-14 record.
According to the Islanders, both Snow and Weight will remain within the organization.