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marcaractac, October 15, 2013
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Posted October 17, 2013
not surprised either. too bad, one hell of a defenseman who could easily played at high level until his 40th in this league.
yes, he was a SOB to play against but also a very intelligent player with huge skills and knowledge of the game.
I almost feel bad for him, until I realize that if it was someone else this happened to that he was the cause of, he wouldn't care, he would probably laugh and say good.
My all time favorite Pronger moment.
Then there was this.
When you think of recent players who had that "old-time hockey" mindset, he should be on the list.
Posted October 18, 2013
Brilliant player, who was the best D-man on every team he played on. Sadly, never learnt the difference between being a mean S-O-B and being a dirty, spot-picking, snide bully who was a cheap shot master. I'm sure if he had played for Bowman he would have learnt to be a better and less dirty player. But he was always playing on teams known to be indulgent towards dirty play....
Hope he can lead a healthy and productive life off the ice
Hell, he didn't lead one ON the ice, what makes you think he'd lead one off ice?
18 NHL seasons. 698 points. A Stanley Cup, Hart and Norris trophy. Gold in the Worlds, Jrs and Olympics.
He led a very productive one on the ice.
Last I heard Philly won't be responsible for the cap hit because it is a legitimate injury... Now I don't know if they retire him or if he just rides the IR for 4 more years
Never liked him on the ice, but feel really bad for him. I never want to see anybody really injured.
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