The Vancouver Canucks and amateur scouting director Judd Brackett have failed to reach a new agreement and will part ways at the end of his current contract, the club announced Friday.
The team made no further changes and said final draft decisions will still be general manager Jim Benning's responsibility.
Brackett was offered a two-year pact but rejected it, Benning said Friday. The scouting executive's current deal reportedly expires June 30.
He was at the helm of the club's amateur scouting department for the selections of Elias Pettersson (2017) and Quinn Hughes (2018), among others.
Brackett has served in the role since 2015 and worked with the Canucks' amateur scouting staff for 12 years.