“It was Keenan and I who went to the hospital to identify him.”
“He took us down to the end of the dock, and said and I got something to tell you, I'm going to retire when I get back.”
“I wasn't good enough is the short answer.”
He almost took a sales job with Procter and Gamble, giving up pro hockey forever.
He was told he was told too small too many times.
He lost a friend and a teammate.
He had to take over for Bobby Clarke. Imagine.
He was the first captain I remember as a Flyers fan and a great one at that.
#20 Dave Poulin. That Philadelphia team of the mid-80's was really special and he was the heart of it.
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I'm your host Zak Kindrachuk.
My dad used to play hockey.