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06-14-2008, 04:13 AM
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Rings stolen from NHL great's car

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Rings stolen from NHL great's car
Posted By Grant LaFleche, Standard Staff



It’s not the cash value of the jewelry that matters. That isn’t the point, says Peter Mahovlich.

It’s what the rings mean.

“It’s not life-threatening, which is always good, but they do have tremendous sentimental value,” said the former Montreal Canadiens hockey player

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Why would you leave them in the car?? If they're that important, they're either on your hand or in a safe.

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Is it just me or have a lot of NHLers been robbed the past few years?

Anyway, it's a shame...but I feel worse for people that have had their whole cars stolen. At least Mr. Mahovlich has his memories of winning the cup.

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LOL What is it about NHL players and stashing stuff in their car?

I recall that Derek Sanderson after getting big $$$$ to go to the WHA has $100,000 stolen from the glove box in his Rolls

I always think: sniff sniff something wrong with this story

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That sucks

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Why would you leave them in the car?? If they're that important, they're either on your hand or in a safe.
I suppose the general rule-of-thumb is that if you don't want to lose it or get stolen, never leave it in a car.

Nowadays, that includes a GPS or any evidence that one is installed in your car.

Of course, there are those that leave the key in the ignition or leave the car unlocked, no help for them or sympathy.

I would be very embarrassed to explain to a cop that something was stolen from my car or the car was stolen if I left the key in the ignition, unlocked or in plain sight of anyone passing by.

In addition, if you encounter a car valet parking situation, never have your vehicle keys with your house keys. Common sense.

Don't lead anyone into temptation.





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Why would you leave them in the car?? If they're that important, they're either on your hand or in a safe.
Totally agree.....

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Not only leaving that kinda stuff in your car, but in a cup holder where anyone walking past it can see... very smart Big M

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Not only leaving that kinda stuff in your car, but in a cup holder where anyone walking past it can see... very smart Big M
Peter is not the Big M... he's the little M.
Frank was the Big M.

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Sounds like a insurance job to me...but you never know.

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