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    Sinden is currently the Bruins' Senior Advisor to the Owner, as well as a member of the selection committee for the Hockey Hall of Fame. He is also a "Hockey GM & Scouting" instructor for the online sports-career training school Sports Management Worldwide, founded and run by Dr. Lynn Lashbrook. In 2011, name was inscribed on the Stanley Cup for a second time, 41 years after his first Stanley Cup title as a coach.

    • 5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
    • Canada
    • 1949–1966
    • Defence
  2. Apr 10, 2012 · A selection committee of 12 members was appointed by the Order of Hockey in Canada executive committee, which was established by Hockey Canada. The selection committee members, representing a cross-section of individuals with great and varied experience around the game of hockey in Canada, have been selected for a three-year term and can serve for a maximum of nine years.

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  4. Jul 10, 2018 · July 10, 2018. Favourite ( 0 ) CALGARY, Alta. – Two long-standing executives at Hockey Canada have joined the executive leadership team alongside CEO Tom Renney, president and chief operating officer Scott Smith, chief financial officer Brian Cairo, and chief business development officer Mike Ross. Effective July 1, Glen McCurdie (Manotick ...

  5. Jul 18, 2018 · Hockey Canada have announced Glen McCurdie and Scott Salmond have been promoted to the organisation’s executive leadership team. The organisation has confirmed McCurdie will take on the role of ...

  6. Nov 15, 2021 · Nov 15, 2021. COVID-19 has disrupted the world we live in for going on two years now and this past weekend, it had an impact on the Hockey Hall of Fame celebrations in Toronto as well. The good ...

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  7. Jul 30, 2022 · Hockey. Opinion. Hockey Canada can hide in a fortress of money. Sponsors, not government, hold the hammer for change. For all of Hockey Canada’s promises of reform, there’s little in place to ...

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