Senators Add New Member To Hockey Front Office

Published September 29, 2023 at 10:19

The Ottawa Senators have named Steve Staios the teams' President of Hockey Operations. Reporting to owner Michael Andlauer, Staios will preside over the Senators' hockey department.

«I am so excited that Steve is joining me in Ottawa to lead our hockey operations,» said Andlauer. «I have worked with Steve for many years and know first-hand that he will strengthen our team with his hockey acumen, attention to detail, commitment to excellence and enthusiasm for the game and its players. In hockey you can never accumulate too much talent. Having Steve and Pierre leading our hockey department gives us a formidable team.»

The 50 year old Staios was most recently working for the Edmonton Oilers in a Special Advisor role to the club's Hockey Operations staff.

Statios has been working in hockey front offices for over ten years now. He started with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a Player Development Adviser in 2012. He spent three years with Toronto before leaving to become President and General Manger of the OHL's Hamiton Bulldogs.

A veteran of 1001 NHL games, Statios suited up for a number of teams in his sixteen year career including the Boston Bruins, Vancouver Canucks, Atlanta Thrashers, Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames and New York Islanders.
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Senators Add New Member To Hockey Front Office

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