Ottawa Senators founder Bruce Firestone shares his perspective on winning

This weeks Podcast is with Bruce Firestone, which may or may not ring a bell, but without his involvement, there would most likely be no NHL hockey in Ottawa. Bruce had returned to Canada from Australia in 1982 to help with the family business. In 1987, the real estate market had shifted. Bruce went for a drive to think about where to take the family enterprise next. While driving in his car on the 417 thinking about Toronto, he asked himself a great question, “What did Toronto have, that we didn’t have”? From this question emerged a big idea, a hockey team. Fast forward 4 years later. With a great group of people, smarts, hard work and against a lot of odds, Ottawa ended up winning an expansion team. Sit back relax and learn!