Ottawa Senators Hire Jim Little As CEO
The Ottawa Senators have hired Jim Little as the chief executive officer on Friday, hoping for a boost both on and off the ice. The struggling franchise is tied for the second fewest points in the league and is in desperate need for a momentum change.SLIDESHOW: 50 GREAT SPORTS FIGURES WHO DIED IN 2019Owner Eugene Melnyk had been the CEO of the Senators since the split with Tom Anselmi in February 2018.Little has a history of senior executive roles, with his latest being executive vice president and chief marketing and culture officer for Shaw Communications, a Canadian telecommunications compa...
Senators’ Mark Borowiecki, “Boro Cop,” Stops Attempted Robbery In Vancouver
The Ottawa Senators have their own superhero in defenseman Mark Borowiecki. The alternate captain managed to stop a theft on December 1 ahead of the Senators game against the Vancouver Canucks.He witnessed someone break into a parked vehicle in an area of Vancouver and then take off with a bag on a bicycle. Borowiecki stopped the man by clotheslining him, where he then wrestled the man to the ground and took back the stolen bag. Police are still on the lookout for the thief.Twitter became full of compliments and praise for the Senators leader as people sought to express how amazing a player he...