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03-30-2012, 10:15 PM
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Originally Posted by danishh View Post
he pretty much is timmins, just a decade ago.
So dorion reached timmins stature a decade ago or dorion is equivalent to a timmins from 10 years past? Just wanna be sure what I'm reading.

Originally Posted by IloveChrisNeil View Post
Someone correct me if i'm wrong but Dorion pretty much ran our last 3 or so drafts. Look at our prospects drafted under his eye. Very impressive.

So yea, like Timmins lol
Well, that's impression I got. Except, I happen to find Timmins' resume more impressive. Perhaps it's bias, but both these guys were part of both of our teams.

Pierre Dorion enters his third season with the Senators and his first as director of player personnel, after being promoted to the position on Aug. 26, 2009. Prior to that Dorion spent one season as the Senators’ chief amateur scout after one as an amateur scout.

As director of player personnel, Dorion will be responsible for managing the Senators scouting staff, both professional and amateur. Dorion also oversees all facets of evaluation for players both inside and outside of the organization.

Dorion, 37, joined the Senators in July 2007 after spending the previous two seasons as an amateur scout for the New York Rangers and 11 seasons with the Montreal Canadiens, where he served as an amateur scouting co-ordinator and later chief scout.
Trevor Timmins enters his 11th season with the Montreal Canadiens. He is primarily responsible for overseeing and directing the Canadiens’ amateur scouting system, including the annual NHL Entry Draft and amateur free-agent recruitment.

In addition, Timmins is responsible for both of the club’s summer development and rookie camps. He also oversees the development of the Canadiens prospects in Hamilton and the club’s amateur prospects. Trevor also supervises the annual NHL combine, as well as the Canadiens’ own combine, a pre-draft player evaluation process.

Timmins starts his 20th season in the NHL. He worked with the Ottawa Senators from 1992 through the 2001-02 season. From 1999 to 2002, he was the team’s Director of Hockey Operations. He was responsible for the Scouting Department, the minor league affiliate, budgeting, and the daily operation of the Hockey Department.

He has also held the positions of Scouting Coordinator, Strength and Conditioning Coach and Director of Team Services with the Senators. Timmins is a graduate of Queen’s University in Physical Education. He also completed a Master of Business Administration (Queen’s) and a Master’s degree in Sports Administration at the University of Ottawa. He was born on January 5, 1968, in Almonte, Ontario.
Not to mention, timmins can also physically intimidate other GMs

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