note the misalignment and cross-eyed look
Whenever I see magic numbers and odd circumstances, I get suspicious. Any hockey fans care to demonstrate the existence of this guy?
Is this a sim player being used to demonstrate a real problem in hockey and other contract sports, concussions leading to brain injury that can lead to major post career problems?
Is this a real person who is so obscure that a fake story is used and he will just carry on living without anyone calling out the lie (perhaps like a space shuttle asstruenot?)
I’m not an NHL hockey can, so perhaps someone out there can investigate.
Odd picture to. The head and helmet seem misaligned, possible photoslop error.
Later came stints with the Florida Panthers, Anaheim Ducks, Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres and then Chicago, where he had signed a four-year, US$
11-million contract. (Ab-Who didn’t he play for?)
His NHL future in doubt after the concussion problem, he signed with the KHL on a new team in Zagreb, Croatia, in the summer of 2013, but only played
In 10 NHL seasons, Montador had
33 goals, 98 assists and 807 penalty minutes.
This reminded me of the celebusim NHL hockey player Ace Bailey, discussed here:
Remember, as the public rejects religion and its leaders, new ones are created in the cults of sport and celebrity. People need leaders, and they need to follow. In Canada at least, hockey players can fit this bill.
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