I didn't even know he was sick so you can imagine my surprise...Yep....what a character. I just loved to hate this guy back in the Nordiques day.....But now, when it's a question of life and death, there's no hate, there's nothing but respect and sadness. In the end, the guy though knows that he gave it all, truly will be remembered for everything he has done especially for the city of Quebec.
He is not dead yet. Let's hope that an hommage will be made to him while he's still living....There's way too many hommages done when the men or women are dead...how about doing it will they actually can witness it firsthand...
Anyway, let's hope for a quiet outcome. That's all that matters now...
I used to love him ribbing Réjean Tremblay back in the day. It's a shame he won't be seeing the Nords coming back.
Iginla carries him well and when all you need to do is stand there and wait for a one timer life is pretty easy.
Iginla doesn't carry anyone anymore. If there is a Flame guility of waiting around for someone else to put them in offensive position its Iggy more than Cammalleri. Guy's declined to a uni-dimensional sniper.
Flames were better off with Cammalleri with Backlund, being the offensive specialist to compliment their best puck control center (with a weak offensive zone game). Tanguay-Cammalleri-Iginla get pinned in their own zone and lit up negating whatever offensive abilities they bring to the table.
Or the fact that Lucic declined to fight Kassian, Lucic likes to pick his opponents
When Lucic declines to drop the gloves with a goon Bruin fans defend him by saving he's too important to the team and he was smart for not fighting.. But when non fighters from other teams decline to go with the Bruin goons they are considered cowards by Bruin fans for not dropping them. Claude Julien as taught them so very well.