Requiem for a heavyweight: Goodenow gone
The careers of famous fighters rarely end gracefully. Whether it's Mike Tyson, Sugar Ray Leonard, Riddick Bowe or Kathie Lee Gifford, the story almost always ends the same: an underestimated opponent, an overblown sense of self and a close-up view of the canvas.
The man who once was arguably the NHL's most prodigious puncher now knows the feeling.
His name is Bob Goodenow, and his job was NHLPA leader. After the players' loud-and-clear "no mas" put an end to the lockout, Goodenow fades ...
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