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07-01-2013, 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted by BobbyClarkeFan16 View Post
He could have been a number 3, maybe a number 2. He was so smooth out there. Great skater, great positioning, active stick, was just a good player who would have broken through. His death really had a traumatic effect on a number of players within the organization at the time. If I remember correctly, one of them had a nervous unfortunatelybreakdown and another one ended up quitting hockey because he became an alcoholic trying to forget what happened.
First time I saw about this story. That's terrible

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