Statement on the Passing of John Muckler

January 5, 2021
Eugene Melnyk

“The Ottawa Senators organization is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of John Muckler. John had the heart of a champion, was a consummate professional and a beloved family man. For years, the Senators were perennial Stanley Cup contenders because of John’s dedication and leadership. On behalf of myself and the entire Senators organization, I want to express our sincerest condolences to John’s family, friends and all those whose lives he touched in the hockey community.”

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