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Former Ottawa Senators Goalie Dead

The hockey world is in mourning after it was revealed on Sunday that former NHL goalie Ray Emery, affectionately called Razor and Sugar Ray by teammates drowned earlier in the day while diving at a yacht club in the deceased’s hometown of Hamtilon, Ontario. 253 more words

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A Season in Review, the 2017-18 Chicago Blackhawks: the Intro

The Chicago Blackhawks had high hopes entering the 2017-18 season; they hade brought back Brandon Saad in a trade after shipping him off to Columbus just two offseasons earlier.  771 more words

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Ray Emery Cause of Death: How Did the Former NHL Goalie Die?

Former NHL goalie Ray Emery has died. According to TMZ, Emery’s body was found “near the docks” at the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club in Ontario, on Sunday morning. 428 more words

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Tragic end for Ray Emery, a polarizing figure who led Senators to Cup finals

It was the 2006-07 season and Ottawa Senators goalie Ray Emery was off to a great start.

As the National Hockey League All-Star Game approached, I asked him what he had planned for the break. 806 more words

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Authorities: Emery's dead body has been recovered

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery is no longer presumed dead. The Hamilton, Ontario, Canada law enforcement authorities found his body this afternoon after he drowned on Sunday morning. 328 more words

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Canadiens sign Phillip Danault to three-year, $9.249-million contract

The Canadiens and Phillip Danault have avoided salary arbitration.

The club announced on Sunday afternoon that the 25-year-old centre has agreed to terms on a new three-year contract worth US$9,249,999 that has an annual salary-cap hit of $3.083 million. 206 more words

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Former NHL goalie Ray Emery, 35, drowns in Lake Ontario near Hamilton

Hamilton police say former NHL goalie Ray Emery has drowned in Lake Ontario.

Inspector Marty Schulenberg says Emery’s death does not appear to be suspicious, calling it a “case of misadventure.” 265 more words

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