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Senators make front-office moves, promoting Pierre Dorion and Randy Lee

OTTAWA - Pierre Dorion and Randy Lee have been promoted by the Ottawa Senators.

The NHL club named Dorion director of player personnel Wednesday while Lee was bumped up to director of hockey administration and player development.

Dorion, 37, enters his third season with the Senators after spending one season as chief amateur scout and one as an amateur scout.

Lee, 47, enters his 15th season with the Senators. He served last season as director of player development. He has also been the conditioning and player development coach, video and conditioning coach and video coach during his tenure with the club.


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