Rondelle libre | Alex Galchenyuk : la faillite d’un espoir qui a fait rêver… https://t. co/YCqoQrHHJJ
– La Presse Sports (@LaPresse_Sports) August 31, 2023
Does this mean that the Canadiens’ shareholder will definitely sell his CH shares? He doesn’t have to, but he’s moving in that direction
As long as you don’t own the majority of two NHL teams, that’s fine.
And André Desmarais’ name comes up
Michael Andlauer will have to sell his shares in the Habs when he officially becomes owner of the Senators. In his daily column, @renlavoietva talked about individuals who could buy out his shares.⬇️https://t.co/hVLJzJ7iFP pic.twitter.com/rFSQI3BNTu
– BPM Sports (@BPMSportsRadio) August 31, 2023
According to Renaud Lavoie, the powerful businessman may well be interested in the Canadiens’ shares. Why? Because we can sense his interest in the world of field hockey.
We haven’t necessarily always sensed it from the man who has been linked to the Nordiques and the Canadiens in the past, but it seems to be visibly different in 2023.
Why? Because he finished second in the race to buy the Ottawa Senators… behind, ironically, Michael Andlauer.
Wait before you say it’s a done deal, though. There could be other people in the race, and maybe he won’t go through with it.
André Desmarais is the son of Paul Desmarais. For many years, he was head of Power Corporation, a major Canadian corporation.
– Simon Zether: a name to watch. [TSLH]
– His return to the NHL is the talk of the town.
Racist behavior hasn’t been a hurdle for some NHL players. Or a problem for executives, either. So, why would it be any different for a coach?
I wrote about Bill Peters getting the Lethbridge Hurricanes job yesterday for @TheAthleticNHLhttps://t.co/wNT1wjMpzX
– Julian McKenzie (@jkamckenzie) August 31, 2023