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Stevies

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I'd say the streets because the cold just kills you.

Close though. A lot of douchebags in jail to make it close.
 

Dingo

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Can’t remember the comedian but his joke was he walked up to the biggest, nastiest prisoner(dramatic pause) and …..sucked his cock
 

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Mike Bossy died after a battle with lung cancer. He was 65.


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MrMonkey

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RIP legend 😥
  • Mike Bossy
  • Born: January 22, 1957
  • Birthplace: Montreal, QC, CAN
  • Shoots: Right
  • Draft: 1977 NYI, 1st rd, 15th pk (15th overall)
Didn't even realize Bossy a Montreal guy. Knew he was great but now looking at his stats Bossy was better than great. Only subpar year was his last in 1986-87. had to look up he retired young (30) because of his back and knees. Guess in my mind quietly left the game.

Checkout these stats, it's mind boggling ......
Regular seasonPlayoffs
SeasonTeamLeagueGPGAPtsPIMGPGAPtsPIM
1972–73Laval NationalQMJHL41230
1973–74Laval NationalQMJHL6870481184511616222
1974–75Laval NationalQMJHL67846514942161820382
1975–76Laval NationalQMJHL64795713625
1976–77Laval NationalQMJHL617551126127551012
1977–78New York IslandersNHL73533891672242
1978–79New York IslandersNHL80695712625106282
1979–80*New York IslandersNHL7551419212161013238
1980–81*New York IslandersNHL79685111932181718354
1981–82*New York IslandersNHL80648314722191710270
1982–83*New York IslandersNHL79605811820191792610
1983–84New York IslandersNHL675167118821810184
1984–85New York IslandersNHL765859117381056114
1985–86New York IslandersNHL8061621231431234
1986–87New York IslandersNHL633837753362352

NHL totals7525735531,126210129857516038
QMJHL totals2643092235321243429417016
* Stanley Cup Champion.

AwardYear(s)Calder Memorial Trophy1978
All-Star Game1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986
First All-Star Team1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986
Second All-Star Team1978, 1979, 1985
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy1983, 1984
1986Conn Smythe Trophy1982Stanley Cup1980, 1981, 1982, 1983
Canada Cup1984

As of 2018, Bossy holds or shares the following NHL records:

  • Most consecutive 50+ goal seasons: 9
  • Most 50+ goal seasons (not necessarily consecutive): 9 (tied with Wayne Gretzky)
  • Most 60+ goal seasons (not necessarily consecutive): 5 (tied with Wayne Gretzky)
  • Highest goals-per-game average, career (minimum 200 total goals): .762 goals per game
  • Most power-play goals, one playoff season: 9 (tied with Cam Neely)
  • Most consecutive hat tricks: 3 (tied with Joe Malone, who accomplished this twice)[171]
  • In January 2017, Bossy was part of the second group of players to be named one of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history.[3]
He also led the league in goals twice, in 1978–79 and 1980–81 (both predate the Rocket Richard Trophy).

Here is a selected list of other official NHL record categories where Bossy was once the record-holder and/or is ranked very highly:
  • Goals, career: 21st all-time with 573; only Mario Lemieux and Wayne Gretzky reached 500 in fewer games
  • Goals, regular season and playoffs combined, one season: seventh all-time with 85 (was a record at the time it was achieved)
  • Assists by a right wing, one season: second all-time with 83 (was a record at the time it was achieved)
  • Points by a right wing, one season: second all time with 147 (was a record at the time it was achieved)
  • Goals by a rookie, one season: second all-time with 53 (was a record at the time it was achieved)
  • 100+ point seasons, career: fourth all-time with 7
  • Goals per game, playoffs, career: Second all-time with .659
  • Goals per game, regular season and playoffs combined, career: Second all-time with .747
  • Points per game, career: third all-time
  • Assists per game, career: eighteenth all-time
  • Shooting percentage, career: fourth all-time with 21.18%
  • Hat tricks, one season: tied for third all-time with 9 (was a record at the time it was achieved)
  • Hat tricks, career: third all-time with 39
Bossy's per game numbers are crazy! Sad he wasn't healthy enough to play longer!
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MrMonkey

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OMG first George's TV mom dies and now Jerry's mom say's goodbye. Is there any other Seinfeld cast members up in age ready to go? It's happens in threes. :dunno:
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Mike Bossy was an analyst on French/Quebec TV. It was always mind-boggling to see him, possibly the best pure goal scorer of all time, sitting there next to some hacky local TV reporters. I'm actually emotional over his death, the guy was a regular part of my hockey-watching landscape. Sharp and funny guy too.

I trust that the Habs are going to do something good tonight before the puck drops.

Watch that shit boys. Montreal knows how to celebrate.

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MrMonkey

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I trust that the Habs are going to do something good tonight before the puck drops.

Watch that shit boys. Montreal knows how to celebrate.

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What local Canadian channel will it be on?
 

MrMonkey

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Mike Bossy was an analyst on French/Quebec TV. It was always mind-boggling to see him, possibly the best pure goal scorer of all time, sitting there next to some hacky local TV reporters. I'm actually emotional over his death, the guy was a regular part of my hockey-watching landscape. Sharp and funny guy too.
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Sounds like this is hitting you like Roy Halladay's death for fiveteamer.

Listening to some local guy on CTV now talking about Bossy.

Carey Price he said back in the net tonight.
 

Matty

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What local Canadian channel will it be on?
It's on TSN in English, RDS in French. I have no idea how you would go about watching either.

They didn't do much of anything at Bell Centre, just the classic moment of silence. The pre-game stuff was emotional, guy was everyone's friend in hockey broadcasting.
 

MrMonkey

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It's on TSN in English, RDS in French. I have no idea how you would go about watching either.

They didn't do much of anything at Bell Centre, just the classic moment of silence. The pre-game stuff was emotional, guy was everyone's friend in hockey broadcasting.
I get all the TSN channels ..... saw the video tribute for him and showed one fan with his Islander jersey. Reading more about Bossy everybody did like him and though not a Canadien player still was a Montreal favorite son. His goal totals in the minors were absurd.
 

Dingo

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RIP,grew up watching Bossy play,guy had such a quick release and always found a way to get open.Looks like Bryan Trottier is the only one left from that line as Clark Gillies died earlier this year