Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Even in the electrifying Pavel Bure years, Trevor Linden was my favorite

How should you feel when your favorite hockey player announces his retirement?
I feel sad.
TREVOR LINDEN ended his NHL playing career today as the VANCOUVER CANUCKS' second-leading scorer.
The Medicine Hat, Alta., native is the Canucks' all-time leader in assists (415) and games played (1,140) and ranks second behind (MY DISTANT RELATIVE) MARKUS NASLUND in goals (318) and points (733).
Linden also played for the Washington Capitals, Les Canadiens de Montréal and the New York Islanders, but he will always be a Canuck. Hockey won't be the same without him.


Blogger Cheech said...

20 years seemed to go by so fast, didn't it? the 94 playoff run seemed like yesterday.

12:19 AM  

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