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Rooting For Rem Murray

from Al Strachan of the Toronto Sun,
When you play in the National Hockey League, there are no promises. Any game could be your last. For Rem Murray, that date may have been Jan. 6, 2004. But he's doing everything he can to defy the odds and postpone it. This is not just another story of a worn-out player seeking one more chance. When Rem Murray left the game, there was nothing wrong with him -- as far as his hockey skills were concerned. He had been an excellent defensive forward with the Edmonton Oilers, and was playing for the Nashville Predators in Detroit when he suddenly started having trouble with his neck. His head was trembling and there was nothing he could do about it.


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