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Sick, bad, forbidden: Eugene Melnyk cools frustration

He left his favorite player and LeBreton Flats did not score a goal. Now the fans of the Senators, the mayor, and the Ottawa restaurant are the owner of Eugene Melnyk, and they know it.

He thought he bought a fallen hockey organization in 2003 in the capital, but in recent years he thought that Melnyk's reputation (and sales of sales of the group) was not enough or enough to spend money in the field consistently competitive hockey team.

He also died before the LeBreton refurbishment agreement, Eastern Eastern Eastern Ottawa mongolians published on Facebook, because Melnyk did not welcome him in the restaurant.

Andrew Saikaley, one of the owners of the restaurant, put Mark Stone on a long show, leaving Ottawa directly on Melnyk's shoulders.

"To be a non-team player of this kind, it would be the most important component to be our rebuild … it's a lot about management and players, as well as disconnecting between the team and the fan." He said.

"I was a fan of Melny, when we saved the team, we were closely linked.

"I did not say that Ottawan was hurting. People give us the opportunity they give us, and we always help, what is happening with the progress of the team's slow progress."

Fans has taken them to the social media as a result of frustration over the collapse of LeBreton's agreement.

Some fans fired Melynk's promises to boost new local centers.

Others made a positive situation.

One of the nicest tweets sent yesterday was someone who did not think his guilt.

A Melny and Sens director imitates a popular segment of Pierre Dorion Jimmy Kimmel.

They seem to work.

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