New CEO For Ottawa

Ottawa Senators goalie Andrew Hammond waits for a face-off against the Detroit Red Wings in the second period of an NHL hockey game in Detroit Tuesday, March 31, 2015. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
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OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) - Jim Little was hired Friday as chief executive officer of the Ottawa Senators, a team looking for a boost on the ice and at the gate.

Owner Eugene Melnyk, whose team is tied for the second fewest points in the league, had been the CEO since the NHL club split with Tom Anselmi in February 2018.

The Senators said Friday that Little will be responsible for business strategy, focusing on marketing and community relations. The 55-year-old most recently was executive vice president and chief marketing and culture officer for Shaw Communications, a Canadian telecommunications company. He has held several senior executive roles at Royal Bank, Bell Canada and the Canadian transportation company Bombardier.



 
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