Seca to manage the Sting

Randy Russon
May 1, 2020

An educator with a long-time link to the Ontario Hockey League, Dylan Seca has been promoted to general manager of the Sarnia Sting.

A high school guidance counselor, the 43-year old Seca has been a teacher for 13 years.

He has also been director of player personnel for the OHL Sting for the past five years and was with the Ottawa 67’s before that in a similar scouting capacity.

Seca, who hails from Sundridge, Ontario, takes over from Nick Sinclair as the GM in Sarnia. Sinclair recently resigned his position with the Sting.

Dylan Seca is the new general manager of the Sarnia Sting.

“Dylan is a very hard-working, intelligent hockey mind who understands this league, the development of young hockey players and has an established understanding of our organization,” relayed Sting co-owner and associate coach David Legwand.

A former OHL player, Seca wants to see teamwork in the Sarnia front office as well as on the ice.

“It’s a collaborative approach,” he told the Sarnia Observer. “You have to have people in place that you trust and you can empower them to do work. I think that’s what I’ve learned more than anything. … everyone’s sharing the same vision and pulling the same rope, I guess you could say.”

As a player, Seca skated in the OHL for parts of three seasons, suiting up for more than 120 games.

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