Halifax Mooseheads majority owner Bobby Smith sells QMJHL team to American Sam Simon
The Halifax Mooseheads Hockey Team has a new owner.
After 20 years of ownership, current majority owner and former Montreal Canadiens forward Bobby Smith said at a press conference on Tuesday that he would hand the team over to American businessman and investor Sam Simon. announced that it will be sold.
Born in North Sydney and raised in Ottawa, Smith says:
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Simon, founder, chairman and owner of Michigan-based Simon Group Holdings, said Tuesday that Smith will “be with me for a few more years.”
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“He has to help us out a little bit, guide us, give us directions,” said Simon.
“This is not my team. It’s a community team, so I want to be a good steward for everyone here.”
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