Hang in there Rabbit! You will be in my prayers. Get Well. Anyone who has any surgery dealing with their lungs knows what the pain is. I have had too many surgeries to name. But the pain I endured with the two I had dealing with my lungs was something I would not wish on my worse enemy.
OCEAN CITY, N.J. -- Even while playing in a manner that suggested deep fear of a body clock fast winding down, Bobby Clarke always insisted he took his daily insulin and the shortest route to the puck without obsession to cram it all into a short life.
“I never thought about that much when I was younger,” said hockey’s first diabetic star, who became the winner of two Stanley Cups and three MVP awards by refusing to consider his condition a handicap – let alone ponder what it can do to one’s well being in middle and senior years.
Jay Greenberg's latest is about Joe Watson. A good read, some quotes are interesting. Watson is not a shy pup.
“The players are bigger, faster, stronger. But the best teams only have two lines, because that’s what the cap does. It’s a special teams and videotape game, very specialized, like the NFL. I venture to say more than half of today’s players would not have had the skill to play in the eighties, when we had  teams. And yappers like Sean Avery would not have been able to play because somebody would have killed him.”
I have about 30 d-men I like and I have Jimmy in the top 15.
It is just my opinion. I always have liked Jimmy. Do not bust my balls about Brad Marsh. He was one of my favorite players and he brought more to the table than stats. Anyway we have one thing is common and that is we think the world of the Flyers. Plus at my age you cannot change my mind
Bundy? Maybe in the top commentators, but certainly not top defensemen. He is one of the worst.