In the process of buying the Ottawa Senators, popular actor Ryan Reynolds continued his seduction operation in the Canadian capital by paying a visit to the city's mayor, Mark Sutcliffe.< /strong>
Getting into the comedy game, the chosen one posted a humorous message on Twitter claiming that he had given the Vancouver native a job.
“We hired a new receptionist today, but that did not work. He spent too much time taking “selfies”. Good luck with your endeavors,” Mr. Sutcliffe wrote.
Reynolds is among the finalists to acquire the National Hockey League (NHL) team from the federal capital. In order to improve his chances of becoming the owner, he joined forces last February with the Remington group, a powerful Ontario real estate company.
The Canadian actor was also in attendance for the Senators' Thursday night game against the Philadelphia Flyers. This is the second time this season that the 46-year-old has attended a game for coach D.J. Smith's squad.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman saw I'm looking forward to the principal's visit to Ottawa.
“Ryan thought it was important to get in touch with a partner who would suit him. I respect his view of the process. He wants to follow him from beginning to end,” said the manager, whose remarks were reported Thursday by the Sportsnet network.