Sudbury Wolves sold to TESC owner Dario Zulich: OHL

The Sudbury Wolves hockey team has a new owner — and it's Sudbury businessman Dario Zulich.

Pending OHL board approval, Zulich will take ownership of team

It looks like the Sudbury Wolves hockey team has a new owner — and it's Sudbury businessman Dario Zulich. 

A press release from the Ontario Hockey League today said, "The [OHL] in association with the Sudbury Wolves Hockey Club today announced that the Burgess and Edwards families have entered into an agreement to transfer 100% ownership of the hockey club to Sudbury businessman Dario Zulich."

In continued, "Official Transfer of Ownership is pending League approval and will be addressed at the next scheduled meeting of the Ontario Hockey League Board of Governors taking place August 17-18, 2016."

In a press release after the OHL announcement, Zulich said, "Out of respect for the approval process of an ownership transfer within the Ontario Hockey League, which includes a confidentiality clause, I will not comment further on this matter until the league's Board of Governors takes action on this in mid-August."


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