Ryan Reynolds would have gone one step further to acquire the Senators
Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds has reportedly partnered with Toronto-based real estate firm Remington Group to acquire the Ottawa Senators.
C This is what the daily “Ottawa Sun” said on Monday evening. In addition, the partners would aim to build a new amphitheater downtown in the federal capital, more precisely on LeBreton Flats.
The process of purchasing the “Sens” would be led by the President of Remington Group, Christopher Bratty. The plan would also see Reynolds heading the National Hockey League (NHL) organization, as he is Welsh soccer club, Wrexham AFC.
During the last meeting of the governors of the NHL, commissioner Gary Bettman notably mentioned that the 46-year-old actor can help raise the profile of his circuit on the world stage, due to his strong popularity on social networks.
However, Reynolds and his new partner would not be alone in the race to get their hands on the Senators. Also according to the “Ottawa Suns”, Toronto billionaires Jeffrey and Michael Kimel, as well as the owner of the Hamilton Bulldogs, in the OHL, Michael Andlauer have shown interest in acquiring this organization.< /p>