Story on Pat Burns

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    Story on Pat Burns

    Apparently he's losing his battle with cancer.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/news/story?id=5031122
     
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    Apparently he's losing his battle with cancer. http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/news/story?id=5031122
    Posted by baseballdiamond

    That sux he's losing the battle to cancer. Cool that they're honoring him.
     
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                         http://links.assetize.com/links/10487a

    Very sad to see Coach Burns look like that and good deal that there naming a rink after him. Didn't always agree with his tactics and coaching but would never wish that battle he is facing good article!
     
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    Saying he knows his end is nearing is a testimentof his life. the way he lived, loved, coached and now will leave a legacy i consider a hero from the past. Cheers to one of the best .
     
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    Pat Burns faces death with the same bulldog approach that he did as a cop and NHL coach...his comments on life and his faith in God should be an inspiration to us all...a memorial rink in his memory is fitting and deserved...thank you Pat for a job well done!
     
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    Pat Burns faces death with the same bulldog approach that he did as a cop and NHL coach...his comments on life and his faith in God should be an inspiration to us all...a memorial rink in his memory is fitting and deserved...thank you Pat for a job well done!
    Posted by saultont


    Amen.
     
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    One of the most touching moments in yesterday's press conference happened when Burns said that he will probably not be alive to see the completion of the arena. However, Burns said that he will be "up there" (he pointed at the sky) to see the young kids playing and perhaps watch a young Lemieux or Gretzky developping.

    Other former coaches (Jacques Demers and Michel Bergeron) were in attendance. When asked about his old friend Burns, Bergeron could hardly retain his tears. Pretty emotional moment.

     
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    Here's to the coach we loved to hate when he coached the Habs and then learned to respect when he coached the B's..They don't make them like him any more... He Will be missed ! 

     
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    Re: Story on Pat Burns

    The same story ran on the TSN website yesterday.  It was hard not to choke up as I read the story to my wife.

    Burns looks awful.  It looks like he has aged 20 years in the last year. 

    Fare thee well, Mr. Burns.
     
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    He looks awful. I see him 4 or 5 times every summer on lake winnipesaukee and saw him last year. He doesn't look good. God bless the former Montreal cop, habs coach and B's coach.
     
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    don't give up Pat!!! PRAY AND FIGHT TO THE END!!! ONE OF MY FAVORITE COACHES OF ALL TIME, AND A GREAT PERSON!!! CLASS ACT!!! GOD BLESS!!!
     
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    Breaks my heart to see Pat like this, met him once very accomodating to fans. Deserves hockey's greatest honour.

    God Bless
     
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