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Senators’ partner manager dies after battling cancer

Ottawa, ON (SportsNetwork.com) – Ottawa Senators partner manager Mark Reeds died Tuesday after a conflict with cancer. He was 55 years old.

Reeds was in his fourth deteriorate as an partner manager with a Senators after spending 4 years as conduct manager of a Ontario Hockey League’s Owen Sound Attack. He also coached in a United Hockey League and a ECHL.

“It is with really complicated hearts that all of us within a Senators family remember Mark who was truly a smashing father, husband, player, manager and friend,” pronounced Senators owners Eugene Melnyk in a matter Tuesday. “Mark’s charismatic fighting suggestion was benefaction right until a end. We are all improved for carrying had a event to work so closely with Mark whose passion for life, hockey and his family will leave an memorable symbol on a organization. The whole Ottawa Senators classification sends a deepest condolences to a Reeds family.”

Reeds played in 385 NHL games with a St. Louis Blues and Hartford Whalers from 1981-89. He purebred 45 goals and 114 assists for 159 points.

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