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Friday, June 10, 2016
Journeys Into Number 9

Number 9

  To some it seems more than coincidental that we should learn of Gordie Howe’s passing on a day the world was honoring and remembering Muhammad Ali. Two figures of historic levels, they each were to be found at the top of their chosen athletic endeavors. And, they each impacted millions far beyond the sport. Read Article

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Friday, June 10, 2016
Journeys Into Passing: Gordie Howe

Passing: Gordie Howe

Mr. Hockey, a one of a kind all-time great, the likes of whom will never be seen again. To more than a few the best ever.     ShareFollow

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Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Journeys Into Passing: Rick Macleish

Passing: Rick Macleish

We are saddened to learn of another loss  – this of Rick Macleish, best known for his role in helping the Flyers win their Stanley Cups in the 1970’s. A three time All-Star,  he is being recalled as having  “scored arguably the biggest goal in Flyers history”. On May 19, 1974, Mr. MacLeish redirected Andre “Moose” Read Article

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Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Journeys Into Passing: Tom Lysiak

Passing: Tom Lysiak

Tom Lysiak may have been the best to have ever played hockey in Atlanta. Before the Thrashers, Atlanta was home of the Flames. And, the best of the Atlanta Flames was Tom Lysiak. Tom Lysiak died the other day of lukemia at age 63. Lysiak was known for his long curly hair, swift skating, and Read Article

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