The hockey world has a lost true character, and a true great.
Graham Tuer died in Regina on Tuesday morning at the age of 87.
Tuer did it all during his career in hockey in a variety of roles, and earlier this summer he was inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame.
Trips to the rink were more special when you had a chat to speak with this wonderful man who was as sharp as a tack, and had a special sense of humour. His departure leaves a gigantic void in the Regina hockey community and knowing I will not see him or speak with him at the Brandt Centre this winter is very sad indeed.
He will be missed!
Saying he was a great man would be an understatement.
There are many young men who can thank Graham for the opportunity they have had in the game.
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