With the City mired in a the middle of a tornado watch, it was only fitting that Senators President Cyril Leeder's appeared on The Drive this afternoon to explain how the organization survived July 5th's winds of **** and emerged at the end of the day as a team that was better on paper than it was going in.
You can check out the full interview here, or via the embed below.
As always, my thoughts are in bold.
On his initial reaction of the schedule…
“No, it’s a good schedule for us. There are a lot of things that we like about it. Just had a few questions with some guys about road trips and we like the fact that our road trips are early, after Christmas and right after the Olympic break, so the team is as rested as it’s going to be when we have to do those longer trips. From a home team fan’s perspective, obviously now we’re getting every team here at least once. We’re seeing teams that haven’t been here… now some of them for three years haven’t played here in our bu