Sid Greenfeig has left The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., after just seven months on the job, a company spokesperson has confirmed. The former Live Nation executive and Florida Panthers GM was hired as SVP of West Coast Business operations at the Madison Square Garden Company, which owns the venue. Greenfeig is the fifth executive to leave MSG this year. Dave Howard, president of MSG Sports, left the company earlier this month, as did Ryan O’Hara, who joined in July 2013 and was MSG’s president of content, distribution and sales. Melissa Ormond, who was president of MSG Entertainment, has also exited the company following her pregnancy. In late February, President and CEO Hank Ratner was replaced by Cablevision executive Tad Smith.