Sens bring coaches on board

DON BRENNAN -- Sun Media

, Last Updated: 7:58 AM ET

The Senators rounded out their coaching staff with polar opposites yesterday.

They gave Eli Wilson his first NHL job when they named Ray Emery's mentor the organization's new goalie coach, at the same time making official their decision to promote Ron Low to assistant coach.

"This was definitely one of my goals," said the 30-year-old Wilson, who owns and operates World Pro Goaltending in Calgary and will now split his time during the season between the Ottawa and Binghamton Senators.

Low, 57, started his NHL career in 1972 as a goalie for the Leafs. He was the coach of the Oilers from 1994-99 and the Rangers from 2000-02, but didn't think long when asked if he'd like to be a bench boss again.

"No," said Low, who will learn more about his responsibilities in meetings with coach John Paddock and assistant Greg Carvel Aug. 21-22.


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