Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction

Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction
Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction
MARLIES: Rinat Valiev’s second-period goal stood as the winner as the Toronto Marlies beat the Binghamton Devils 3-1 in American Hockey League action at Ricoh Coliseum on Saturday. Andrew Nielsen and Frederik Gauthier, into an empty net, also scored for the Marlies (35-11-1), which picked up points for the 15th straight game (14-0-1). Toronto’s Jeremy Bracco had two assists, while Calvin Pickard made 15 saves.

Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction
Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction
After team dumps president, owner hints that “changes” may be coming to Ottawa’s lineup
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Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction
Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction
In a statement, Sens owner Eugene Melnyk hinted that “changes” may be coming to Ottawa’s lineup. “(Friday’s) announcement reflects a renewed commitment to scouting, drafting and development. It may require changes to our lineup. Rest assured, we will only tolerate pain with an end game in mind: building an organization that wins — at all levels — year in and year out.”
Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction
Warren: Major Senators moves signal a new and perhaps unpopular direction

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