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    Who is Toronto's kobe bryant?

    Regardless of what you think of him, people in LA seemed to love him. Which athlete would Toronto mourn the most at a youngish age, or are there any?
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    Bill Barilko. Died in a plane crash shortly after scoring the Stanley Cup winning goal. Even 40 years after his death a song was written about him.

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    We don't have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Bill Barilko. Died in a plane crash shortly after scoring the Stanley Cup winning goal. Even 40 years after his death a song was written about him.

    Wow, this whole time I thought it was a car crash. Thought the car plunged into a river and nobody knew which is why they didn't find them for a few years. Didn't realize it was a plane crash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by black booty lover View Post
    Wow, this whole time I thought it was a car crash. Thought the car plunged into a river and nobody knew which is why they didn't find them for a few years. Didn't realize it was a plane crash.
    I think it was a hunting or fishing trip and the plane crashed in the remote bush. It was more than a few years, though. They didn't find it until the next time the Leafs won the Cup, in '62. (cue the Twilight Zone music).

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    I'm surprised that Bill Barilko was found at all, and a bit dubious. He crashed in the deep bush north of Cochrane Ontario. His remains would have been eaten by wolves and bears, until nothing was left. How they identified him, I have no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious Von View Post
    I'm surprised that Bill Barilko was found at all, and a bit dubious. He crashed in the deep bush north of Cochrane Ontario. His remains would have been eaten by wolves and bears, until nothing was left. How they identified him, I have no idea.
    His Stanley Cup ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious Von View Post
    I'm surprised that Bill Barilko was found at all, and a bit dubious. He crashed in the deep bush north of Cochrane Ontario. His remains would have been eaten by wolves and bears, until nothing was left. How they identified him, I have no idea.
    Do some research.

    https://www.timminstoday.com/local-n...e-wreck-521113

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    It was thicker than a 70's porn bush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazup View Post
    It was thicker than a 70's porn bush.
    I was thinking along those lines as I posted but, unlike you, I decided to keep it clean. LOL

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    The 2 that come to mind are wendel and sundin.
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    Joe Carter and Mike Pinball Clemons they both have been heavily involved in the GTA community in the last 10 or so years, and not only would they be missed by baseball and CFL fans but also by the many whose lives have been touched due to their kindness and the awareness they bring to issues.
    Both are great human beings and an example of what pro athletes should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcostanza View Post
    Do some research.
    I did do the research favorite of The Soup Nazi.

    His plane went down north of Cochrane which is further north of Timmins. The plane went down near MacParlon Lake, the next closest town is Otter Rapids on the Abitibi River.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious Von View Post
    I did do the research favorite of The Soup Nazi.

    His plane went down north of Cochrane which is further north of Timmins. The plane went down near MacParlon Lake, the next closest town is Otter Rapids on the Abitibi River.
    Spent some time in Otter Rapids, Fraserdale, Abitibi Canyon. Not exactly the middle of nowhere, but you can see it from there.

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    Roy Halladay. 40 is too young to go.


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