Guy Laughlure has identified the city and province of Quebec throughout his hockey career. The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Thursday evening paid tribute to him by permanently withdrawing his famous No. 4 at the VideoTron Center.
⁇I started my career here in Quebec. I came here at the age of 14-15 and still played in Junior for six years, the Canadians were drafted and returned. [avec les Nordiques de Québec] Towards the end of my career. Nothing was planned there, ”Mr Laughlor told a news conference at the event, which took place before the game between Rimport and the Shavinigan cataracts.
“Blonde Devil” was very emotional towards the media. He talked about his first retirement and his return to the game in 1988, and looked back on winning the Memorial Cup in the 1970s.
“It simply came to our notice then. He added that holding such parties is always touching. I feel really special and honored to have my jersey removed by the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. ”
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However, the five-time Stanley Cup champion has an unfortunate topical problem with his health as he struggles to recover from his lung cancer. Such celebrations inform her of the importance of enjoying every moment.
“It changes the wrong place, it changes thoughts,” Mr Laughlor admitted. It’s like coming back home a little bit and like I always said, you can never forget where you came from, but you will never forget where you are going.
Tributes will be broadcast live on TVA Sports and TVA Sports from 7pm on Thursday. The JiC show will be recorded on the site at 5 p.m. The match will follow.