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[Report] Chris Kunitz announces retirement, joins Blackhawks front office

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Patrick Sharp, Jamal Mayers, Adam Burish (pre game and postgame show hosts), Brian Campbell (player development), Sheldon Brookbank (coach), Colin Fraser (scout), and now Kunitz (no clue) are now with the organization following their retirements. And Versteeg is with Rockford as a player/coach.

 

Should probably speak volumes about how different Rocky treats his players from his father.

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6 hours ago, skolozsy2 said:

Patrick Sharp, Jamal Mayers, Adam Burish (pre game and postgame show hosts), Brian Campbell (player development), Sheldon Brookbank (coach), Colin Fraser (scout), and now Kunitz (no clue) are now with the organization following their retirements. And Versteeg is with Rockford as a player/coach.

 

Should probably speak volumes about how different Rocky treats his players from his father.

His father was basically the Melnyk of his generation.

 

Kunitz had a hell of a career despite him driving me absolutely nuts as a Duck during the series against us during their cup run.  That was one of the best checking lines of all-time.  He has a ton of experience and will be an asset to your organization.

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15 hours ago, Maginator said:

Four cups in Fifteen seasons. Incredible! 

 

A 26% chance to win a cup any given year!

 

Happy retirement (sorta)

That's pretty impressive for a guy who went undrafted.   Probably can teach a young player a few things about hard work and perseverance. 

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12 hours ago, Ghostsof1915 said:

One heck of a career.

 

When did the plural of staff, become staffs?

As far as I know, for as long as the word was used as a reference to a group of people.

 

Staves refers to sticks used for support or to beat people, or other purposes (e.g. barrel staves)

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