Melnyk excited to see what his team has to offer this season

December 6, 2020

In the midst of all the chaos and uncertainty surrounding the 2020-21 NHL season, one thing holds true for Ottawa Senators owner, Eugene Melnyk.

He’s excited.

“We’re well-positioned. We’ve done a lot of the work and it’s time to start seeing the beginnings of the results,” Melnyk told Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun. “I want to see Josh Norris play now that he’s a year older. I’d love to see (Tim) Stuetzle play.”

After finishing the 2019-20 season 25-34-12 the Senators entered an important offseason looking to make additions, and they did.

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