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NOJHL names Ted Magee Executive Director

NORTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE
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Release Date: Friday, Aug. 17, 2012

NOJHL names Ted Magee Executive Director

SUDBURY –- The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League announced Friday that Ted Magee has been appointed to the newly created position of Executive Director, effective immediately.

Magee was unanimously approved in voting done by the NOJHL Executive Board with the announcement being made during day one of the NOJHL’s annual general meeting taking place this weekend in Sudbury.

He will work alongside Commissioner Robert Mazzuca and Administration Officer Hector Seguin in heading up the league’s day-to-day operations.

Magee, 57, resides in Huntsville having retired in 2005 following a distinguished 30-year career with the Toronto Police Service.

He joins the NOJHL after spending nearly three seasons with the Ontario Junior Hockey League as their Deputy Director.

Prior to that he had a four-year run as general manager of the Huntsville Otters Jr. A club.

Magee will be responsible for overseeing and approving all league transactions that take place as well as head up the leagues’ anti-doping and concussion programs along with other league instituted policies.

“The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League has secured the services of an individual who makes our league better,” stated Mazzuca.

“Ted’s background is well known in hockey circles across the entire Canadian Junior Hockey League while his years of dedicated service in law enforcement make him someone whose experience and insight will truly benefit the NOJHL,” added the commissioner.

For his part, Magee likes the direction the league is moving and looks forward to his new role.

“I’m really excited about my new position with the NOJHL and look forward to working with the league and their future goals,” he offered.

“Seeing the positive efforts put for forth by Commissioner Mazzuca, Hector Seguin, the board of governors and the league member clubs, I really like the direction the NOJHL is heading. I look forward to being part of it.”

The NOJHL summer general meeting concludes Saturday.

NOJHL Executive Director Ted Magee
Photo courtesy: NOJHL