The Kings got him for basically nothing and hurt. They got him properly treated and he was a trooper for his expected role on the team. He's forever part of the first Stanley Cup and did what he was asked to do. Can't really complain and good luck to him wherever he lands.
Hard worker, great team player, defensively responsible, and does the hard-hitting, gritty work that you need on the bottom 6 with gusto. Was happy to have him, and will always remember him as a big part of our important 4th line for our very first Stanley Cup. Good luck, Colin, I was happy to cheer for you!