Former CWHL Governor and monetary contributor W. Graeme Roustan made a suggestion to imagine management of the league within the wake of its introduced shutdown.Brittany Howard|Toronto Furies/CWHLWith the way forward for ladies’s skilled hockey unsure in Canada within the wake of the CWHL’s announcement that it is going to be shutting its doorways in Might, former CWHL Governor and monetary contributor W. Graeme Roustan has made a suggestion to imagine management of the league.
In a launch, Roustan wrote that he contacted the CWHL’s Board of Administrators Thursday together with his provide. “I want to instantly transfer ahead with changing all of you as Administrators/Members and usher in my very own group of Administrators/Members with the intent of carrying on the CWHL subsequent season and past,” Roustan wrote, asking the Board to reply by midday EST Friday. Per the discharge, CWHL Chair Laurel Walzak and Vice Chair Artwork Mannarn haven’t responded to Roustan.
Requests for remark from Walzak haven’t been returned as of this writing.
Roustan, who had contributed to the league since 2008, left the CWHL in November 2018 over considerations about monetary transparency amongst the Board of Administrators
On March 31, the CWHL introduced the not-for-profit league will shut down efficient Might 1, 2019, because of an unsustainable financial mannequin. Based in 2007 following the closure of the previous Nationwide Girls’s Hockey League, the CWHL accomplished its 12th marketing campaign in 2018-19.
(Disclosure: W. Graeme Roustan is the chief chairman and writer of Roustan Media LTD., which owns The Hockey Information.)
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