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Evening Line- Ken Campbell

It’s time for Eugene Melnyk to go. Sell the team to the guy who owns Cirque de Soliel. For that matter, sell it to the kid who runs the House of Cheese in the Byward Market. Neither of them can possibly do any worse or give their fans less hope than Melnyk has over the past 15 months.

-Ken Campbell of The Hockey News where you read more on this topic.

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I don’t usually agree with Ken Campbell but I would shout this message from the rooftops and I don’t even like the Sens.  It’s getting to the point where the league should at the very least step in and have a quiet word.

Posted by dwgs on 09/13/18 at 10:17 PM ET

WingedRider's avatar

Eugene is the idiot of the NHL.  The idiot has money so Buttman will ignore his stupidity. Sad, for Sens fans and the whole NHL,

Posted by WingedRider from Saskatoon, SK on 09/14/18 at 12:40 AM ET

Tripwire32's avatar

It’s time for Eugene Melnyk to go.

He won’t go until there’s no customers…. and then he’ll most likely re-locate his franchise to where there are customers.

Posted by Tripwire32 from Kay He Mar Heart on 09/14/18 at 07:39 AM ET

Primis's avatar

Fan in VAN, DET, and a couple other markets would do well to really consider how “bad” their situations are.  In reality, their situations aren’t all that bad.

OTT is the poop emoji of the league right now.

Posted by Primis on 09/14/18 at 09:07 AM ET


Fan in VAN, DET, and a couple other markets would do well to really consider how “bad” their situations are.

Why? Because there can only be one bad team in the league?

Posted by CharDeeMacDennis on 09/14/18 at 09:25 AM ET

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