Should Boogaard's number be retired?
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05-17-2011, 09:57 AM
Join Date: Nov 2009
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Of course he did. He played five seasons there.
He didn't have a chance to prove himself? Perhaps that's because he couldn't do his job anymore.
Mourn the loss? Yes. Look back fondly? If you want to. Imagine a bright future in the game? I can't see how
Why couldn't he do his job anymore?
He got hurt, it happens when u punch other people in the face for a living.
Maybe he would have been able to come back and make more of an impact in the coming years and I am sad that he wont get that chance.
I was all for the signing when it first happened and then when he got hurt, I realized he wasn't missed but I will still willing to give him another shot.
With that being said, you need someone to do the heavy lifting and I would suggest Eric Bolton, who can take a regular shift. I believe Rupp is resigning with Pens.
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