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Topic - John Davidson
A Southern California company that produces Sriracha hot sauce was ordered to shut its doors, after a Los Angeles County judge ruled in favor of residents who said the smell drove them to distraction.
Unlike many people in hockey, John Davidson wasn't afraid of the losing tradition of the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The St. Louis Blues signed president John Davidson to a multiyear extension despite missing the playoffs for the fourth time in his five seasons.
"I didn't know a lot about him, but I remember when he came to the Rangers' practice facility," said Davidson, now the president of hockey operations for the Columbus Blue Jackets.
"They're shaken and they want to reschedule. We understand that," John Davidson, the Blue Jackets' president of hockey operations, told Fox Sports Ohio. "They were shaken to the core."