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Report: Wade Belak found dead in home


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#101 55fan

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Posted 06 September 2011 - 07:09 AM

I know he was a public figure, but for the sake of his memory and respect for his wife and kids, I think we've entered the area where we need to respect their privacy and simply mourn the passing of a man who was influential as a hockey player.

Not trying to tell people what to do or say, or what they can or can't say. Just saying that maybe we need to think about that and let the guy rest in peace.

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Posted 06 September 2011 - 09:16 AM

Not trying to tell people what to do or say, or what they can or can't say. Just saying that maybe we need to think about that and let the guy rest in peace.


I agree, for what it's worth. RIP, Wade.

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Posted 06 September 2011 - 11:40 AM

I know he was a public figure, but for the sake of his memory and respect for his wife and kids, I think we've entered the area where we need to respect their privacy and simply mourn the passing of a man who was influential as a hockey player.

Not trying to tell people what to do or say, or what they can or can't say. Just saying that maybe we need to think about that and let the guy rest in peace.


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However it happened, we're gonna miss you Wade. I hope you are at peace and that your family is able to find closure.

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Posted 06 September 2011 - 12:12 PM

I know he was a public figure, but for the sake of his memory and respect for his wife and kids, I think we've entered the area where we need to respect their privacy and simply mourn the passing of a man who was influential as a hockey player.

Not trying to tell people what to do or say, or what they can or can't say. Just saying that maybe we need to think about that and let the guy rest in peace.

Totally agree, but the problem is that something like that is newsworthy.





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