Players’ agent Christian Dagel died on Friday at the age of 42, his company Momentum Hockey announced on Twitter. The cause of death is unknown.
He has been president of Momentum Hockey, including Agent Emily Castongway, president of hockey operations Oliver Fortier and player adviser Charles-Oliver Roussell.
His organization represents some players from the National Hockey League, such as Alexis Lafrenier, Antoine Roussell, Cedric Pockett and brothers Pierre-Oliver and Matthew Joseph.
Before representing the players, Dagel was one. He led the Wall-d’Or Forces to the Memorial Cup tournament in 1998, scoring 38 points in 19 playoff games, including 15 goals.
Hull also wore the uniforms of the Olympics, the Monkton Alpines and the Grandby Predators to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
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