Im November 2000 übernahm Mike O’Connell den Posten des General Managers. Nach etwas über einem Jahr verlängerte er seinen Vertrag um fünf Jahre. Sein erster Trainer, Robbie Ftorek, kam von den New Jersey Devils. Kurz vor Ende seiner zweiten Spielzeit handelte O’Connell wie sein Vorgänger Sinden in früheren Jahren und übernahm für neun Spiele der regulären Saison und die Playoffs selbst die Position als Cheftrainer. Zur Saison 2003/04 übernahm dann der bisherige Assistenztrainer Mike Sullivan. Seine Amtszeit wurde vom großen Umbau des Teams geprägt. O’Connell trennte sich vom Star des Teams Joe Thornton und anderen Leistungsträgern. Diese Abgänge konnten nicht kompensiert werden und so trennte man sich vom General Manager. Sein Nachfolger Peter Chiarelli wollte auch einen neuen Trainer und ersetzte Sullivan durch Dave Lewis, der mit den Detroit Red Wings als Assistenztrainer sehr erfolgreich war. Als Cheftrainer konnte er nicht an diese Erfolge anknüpfen und musste nach nur einer Spielzeit seinen Posten räumen. Sein Nachfolger wurde Claude Julien, der zuvor Montréal und New Jersey trainiert hatte.
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