Martin Dagenais – Governor
After spending five full seasons behind the OJS bench as the Head Coach, Martin Dagenais got the call from the OHL’s Ottawa 67’s where he now serves as an Assistant Coach under Dave Cameron. Although most of his time is dedicated to the 67’s, he does remain affiliated with the Junior Senators serving as Governor and Director of Player Personnel.
Under Dagenais, the Ottawa Jr. Senators became a powerhouse, not only in the CCHL, but in the entire CJHL. His team made four consecutive finals appearance, winning the last two against the highly favored Carleton Place Canadians. The Junior Senators also won back-to-back Fred Page Cups before falling in the semi-finals of the RBC Cup in both 2018 and 2019.
Jacques Dagenais – Alternate Governor
Jacques Dagenais joined the OJS organization as a minority owner before the start of the 2014-15 season. A former athlete himself, Jacques never actually played hockey as his main sports were baseball and broomball.
Prior to his involvement with the hockey team, he owned a construction company for more than 35 years. He is now retired and lives in Embrun with his wife Hélène.
Patrice Dagenais – Alternate Governor
Patrice “Pico” Dagenais, a former hockey player, is the co-captain of the Canadian Wheelchair Rugby Team. His ability to excel within the sport of wheelchair rugby has enabled him to realize his dreams of competing at the highest level. In 2012, he was invited to join the national wheelchair rugby team and represent Canada at the Paralympic Summer Games, where he won a silver medal. Patrice would later go on to capture gold at the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games and compete at a second and third Paralympic Summer Games in 2016 and 2020.
Off the court, Patrice is very active in giving back to the community. He often visits public schools and rehabilitation centers, in order to speak about his life experiences, in an effort to motivate people to be active, as well as to act as an advocate for athletes with a disability.
Jamie Mayo – General Manager
General Manager Jamie Mayo enters his eighth season as part of the Junior Senators staff. Mayo has taken on various roles over his time with the hockey club and currently helps to oversee the forwards during games and runs the team’s penalty kill. With Martin Dagenais taking a role with the Ottawa 67’s, he has also added the title of General Manager to his resume. He continues to play a part in the organizations scouting and recruiting efforts.
A veteran of the CCHL circuit, Mayo started in Brockville where he helped the Braves win a Fred Page Cup in 2010 and earn a berth in the RBC Cup in Dauphin, Manitoba. Following stops in Carleton Place and as a Head Coach with the Cumberland Grads, Mayo landed a position with the Junior Senators in 2015 and has been an important part of the team’s success, reaching the CCHL Finals for four straight seasons, and winning back-to-back Bogart and Fred Page Cups in 2018 and 2019.