• OSEG hoping to bring more people to Ottawa's Lansdowne Park

    6 monthes ago - By Sportsnet

    Mark Goudie wasn't born on the turf at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, but it soon felt like home.
    Goudie's uncle was Howard Darwin, the beloved, late sports entrepreneur who helped bring the OHL 67's and Class AAA Ottawa Lynx to the city.
    Goudie's father, Gerry, was the brother of Howard's wife, Connie, and while Gerry would help ticket manager Joe Fagan in the box office, Mark Goudie, from the age of five, had the run of the place.
    Little Mark hung around the 67's locker room, got on the court with Meadowlark Lemon and the Harlem Globetrotters and got to see Evil Knievel on closed-circuit TV...
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