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Shot in the dark
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|#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.57|
|No real surprise, but this makes me very sad.|
Francis has been my favorite player for years. He is easily the most underrated player in NHL history, if not one of the most underrated players in the history of team sport.
Anyone wanna join me at his Hall of Fame induction in five years?
I'm out to prove I've got nothing to prove
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From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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|#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.08|
|Aw, bummer. He was one of those guys always great to watch. A real leader without being an attention-seeker.|
It was both a shock and a pleasure to see him in a Leaf uniform in 2004.
From: Pittsburgh, PA
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|#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.46|
|Ron Francis is a wonderful man. Although I was expecting him to retire, I was kind of hoping he'd come back to Pittsburgh to be our checking center.|
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|#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.94|
|He will always be my favorite Hartford Whaler.|
From: Outside of Boston
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Originally posted by too-old-now
He will always be my favorite Hartford Whaler.
What, Shanahan doesn't do it for ya?
Although I concur with the underrated sentiment.
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"...but that doesn't mean he can't relate an amusing anecdote about the Haiti Kid and one of the Frenchman's testicles." (Hogan's My Dad)
From: Victoria, BC, Canada
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|#6 Posted on |
Originally posted by JustinShapiro
Ron Francis is a wonderful man. Although I was expecting him to retire, I was kind of hoping he'd come back to Pittsburgh to be our checking center.
It was rumoured before the lockout that Pittsburgh made him an offer. Would have been awesome to see him with the Pens in his final season.
Oklahoma City, OK - The Oklahoma City Blazers officially signed Dallas Stars' forward Brenden Morrow to a 2004-05 Central Hockey League contract, the club's front office announced today.
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