Don Cherry Shares Very Unfortunate News With The Hockey Community

Published February 3, 2024 at 12:29

Don Cherry, although not a regular on NHL broadcasts, undeniably remains a significant figure in the heart of hockey.

Cherry, widely recognized in the sport, has dedicated much of his life to hockey, being both a staunch advocate and a devoted fan.

On a somber note, Cherry shared unfortunate news with the hockey community on Saturday, announcing the passing of former Mississauga IceDogs forward Scott Page at the age of 44.

Page, the inaugural captain of the Mississauga IceDogs, a franchise now known as the Niagara IceDogs and partly owned by NHL legend Wayne Gretzky, left a lasting impact.

Page, who departed too soon, played several seasons in the Ontario Hockey League with the Sudbury Wolves, Soo Greyhounds, and the Mississauga IceDogs before dedicating four years to St. Thomas University.

Despite his significant role with the IceDogs, Page's hockey journey didn't progress to the next level.

Sending condolences to the Page family and all of Scott Page's friends and loved ones.

Source: Hockeyfeed
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