May 18, 2022

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A solid tribute to Mike Boss in New York

A solid tribute to Mike Boss in New York

Mike Bassi left an indelible mark on New York Islanders history and paid a heartfelt tribute to him Tuesday night at the UBS Arena before their game with the Florida Panthers.

Former Quebec striker dies Friday of lung cancer He is only 65 years old. Bossie played 10 seasons in the National Hockey League in the “Isles” uniform, as well as winning four Stanley Cups.

On the ice, the company estimated Bassi’s famous No. 22, which has been retired by the band since 1992. Through video clips of Montreal’s career and quotes from him, her daughter Tanya and her granddaughters Alex and Gabriel were able to observe the celebration, which was very clever.

“I am a perfectionist and I want to do things right. When I get into work, I want to do it well, be successful, and look good, ”Bose said.

The UBS Arena announcer described the former Laval National career from his Calder Trophy in 1978 to Dynasty in the early 1980s, a record of 19 series winning three Lady Bing trophies in a row.

“Mike helped shape the Islanders’ history forever, but it’s not because of his on – ice play. Lasted for minutes.

In pictures, in pictures

Many of Bassi’s great goals were shown on the giant screen, including his first goal at the Buffalo Sabers Rink on October 13, 1977.

Several former islanders, including his great companion Bryan Trotier …

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