Dave Cameron was appointed head coach of the Ottawa Senators on Dec 8, 2014, when the team fired Paul MacLean as coach. Cameron was in his fourth season as assistant coach with Ottawa when he received the promotion. Prior to his time with the Senators, Cameron spent four seasons as coach and general manager of the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors of the OHL. In his final season with the Majors in 2010-11, he led the team to both the OHL championship series as well as the to the championship game of the Memorial Cup. ...more
Rick Wamsley was introduced as the Senators' new goaltending coach on July 28, 2010. A native of Simcoe, Ont., Wamsley has spent the last four seasons working in the St. Louis Blues’ organization and served most recently as the interim head coach of the team’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Peoria Rivermen. In 43 games with the Rivermen in 2009-10, he guided the team to a 17-20-6 record. He was hired by the Blues on July 7, 2006, as assistant/goaltending coach after spending the previous seven years as goaltending coach and professional scout with the Columbus Blue Jackets. ...more
He's a winner. We want winners here, and he's a proven winner. He's won two Stanley Cups. He's 22 years old and been a big part of it. He's got all the right tools. He's got size (6-foot-1, 204 pounds) and strength. He's exactly what we were looking for. He's going to be a big piece of our team for many, many years to come.