Former Detroit Red Wings winger Shawn Burr has died. He was 47.
Burr died Monday at a Detroit-area hospital after falling at his home this weekend.
The former professional hockey player had been battling cancer.
Burr was drafted 7th overall by the Red Wings in 1984. He played 878 games with Detroit, the Tampa Bay Lightning and the San Jose Sharks.
During the course of his career he scored 181 goals and tallied 259 assists. His most notable season with the Red Wings was 1989-90 when he scored 56 points in 76 games.