CALGARY -- Brad Trelivings first major move as new Calgary Flames general manager was to beef up the front office. He named former Flame forward Craig Conroy and former Hockey Canada executive Brad Pascall as his new assistant general managers Friday. Conroy and Pascall join Mike Holditch, who has held that title since 2010. "Having depth, having manpower, allows us to see more and do more," Treliving said at Scotiabank Saddledome. "Everything we do here when we look at adding staff and we look at adding people, this is all about building and this is about winning. "To me, you need to build your foundation off the ice before you can ever think of having success on the ice." Treliving, 44, was revealed as the Flames new GM on April 28. The Flames were grooming Conroy for the managerial ranks before Trelivings arrival. Conroy went to work immediately as a special assistant to former GM Jay Feaster after retiring in 2011. Conroys apprenticeship accelerated in December when president of hockey operations Brian Burke fired Feaster. Conroy had more responsibilities in the four months Burke searched for a replacement before deciding on Treliving. "All of a sudden, everyone had more to do," Conroy said. "Now you can really focus in on an area and really nail down what were going to do moving forward." The 42-year-old from Potsdam, N.Y., played 1,009 NHL regular-season games, just over half of them with the Flames. He also played for the Montreal Canadiens, Los Angeles Kings and St. Louis Blues. Pascall worked for Hockey Canada for almost two decades in different roles. He was most recently vice-president of hockey operations for the last four years. He was part of the management groups that assembled the victorious Canadian mens hockey teams for the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics. "I think the evolution of my experience of being involved with various championship teams and building an organization there from a high-performance structure, I think it was always an aspiration of mine to one day move onto the National Hockey League," Pascall said. The 43-year-old from Coquitlam, B.C., was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in 1990 and played four years of minor pro hockey. His wife is Cassie Campbell-Pascall, who led the Canadian womens hockey team to Olympic gold in 2002 and 2006 as team captain. Holditchs area of expertise is salary cap and contracts. Pascall will oversee Calgarys American Hockey League team which is moving to Glens Falls, N.Y., next season from Abbotsford, B.C. Conroy will spend the most time of the road of the three, Treliving said, watching NHL and minor pro games in order to help with player decisions. "I think you ought to be careful that youre not tripping over people, but the way I look at it is you get the right people on the bus, you get winners on the bus, well figure out all the rest," Treliving said. "The game is becoming bigger each day, becoming more competitive each day, so the question we ask every morning when we roll out of bed is how do we win? How do we win and how do we get better? We got better today. Well keep all three of these guys busy." Calgary missed the playoffs for a fifth straight season with a record of 35-40-7. The Flames own the fourth overall pick in the NHL entry draft June 27-28. Kevin Mitchell Jersey . -- John Fox will coach the Denver Broncos from the sideline and not the booth upon his return Sunday five weeks after heart surgery. David Newhan Jersey . HEROES P.K. 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Northern Iowas star running back David Johnson scored the Souths only touchdown on a 19-yard run while Auburns Cameron Artis-Payne entertained local fans with 43 yards on the ground and 35 receiving yards. Miami receiver Phillip Dorsett was unable to play due to an injury, and Auburns Sammie Coates left the game early with an injury. The nations sack leader, Nate Orchard of Utah, did not record any sacks, but he was among the games leading tacklers with five stops for the North. Washington star Danny Shelton also recorded five for the North, as did Auburn quarterback-turned-cornerback Nick Marshall of the South team. Quinten Rollins, completing his first season on the gridiron since high school after a successful career as the Miami RedHawks point guard, intercepted a pass.dddddddddddd The South scored its only touchdown of the game on the first drive. Johnson made two cuts to avoid defenders and ran through a tackle on his way to the end zone to cap the 10-play, 80-yard opening drive. Concordia kicker Tom Obarskis field goal got the North on the board the next possession, but the North squad did not find the end zone until the second quarter when Mannion found Notre Dame tight end Ben Koyack in the flat for a 10-yard score. Alabamas QB Blake Sims led a 10-play, 73-yard drive that resulted in no points due to a missed field goal. The North failed to score before halftime when time ran out after Abdullah was tackled on a catch short of the goal line. Justin Manton from Louisiana Monroe kicked a field goal early in the third quarter to tie the game, but the North scored the next 17 points to open up a lead. Obarskis field goal the following drive put the North in front, and Bennetts first interception set up Cobbs 4-yard score late in the quarter. Vargas first touchdown run on the first drive of the fourth put the North up 27-10. The South reached the red zone on its first possession of the final quarter but failed to punch the ball into the end zone. Vargas second score later in the quarter wrapped the game up. ' ' '