Kukla's Korner Hockey
by George Malik on 09/11/06 at 06:54 AM ET
When Bruins goaltending hopeful Jordan Sigalet, then playing at Bowling Green University, went public in March 2003 about his diagnosis with multiple sclerosis, he received a barrage of supportive letters and e-mails. Among those that meant the most to Sigalet: A letter in the stationary of the Detroit Red Wings, from a man he didn’t know. “With all the e-mails and everything I got, the one thing that sticks out most in my mind was that I got a letter in the mail from Dave Lewis wishing me all the best,” Sigalet said of the new Bruins’ head coach, who three years ago was coaching the Red Wings. “I had never met him,” said Sigalet. “But he had known someone with MS and just wanted to write to me. Now that he’s here, it’s kind of neat. It’s pretty great when people take the time to do something like that.”When the Wings played the NTDP in Ann Arbor during the lockout, Sigalet was a perfect gentleman. As the NTDP'ers and U of M players headed out to enjoy the evening with the Kid Rock and the NHL crowd, Sigalet patiently signed perfectly-penned autographs for those who recognized him. much more...
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