Senators owner says 'our big years are coming in the next three years'

November 16, 2020

The Ottawa Senators are hoping to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs this season with an even brighter future the next three seasons, owner Eugene Melnyk said Sunday.

"Everybody's on the same page to try to be competitive," he said during an appearance on The Bob McCown Podcast. "I think our fans would really, really enjoy to see us in the playoffs this year. And then once you get to the playoffs, we all say, you know, then anything can happen.

"I think our big years are coming in the next three years."

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