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by The Upper Canadien on 09/12/11 at 10:13 PM ET
In the summer of grief, some welcome good news for hockey fans everywhere, and particularly Habs fans, as today’s Gazette reports that Michael Farber’s cancer is in remission. Farber, a longtime Montreal of Gazette, Sports Illustrated, and The Reports fame, has been fighting the disease since the spring.
Michael Farber represents, to me, the best of sports journalism. If he isn’t the best hockey writer out there, I don’t know who is…maybe Red Fisher? Also one of the greats, Fisher is the author of the great news, linked below from the Montreal Gazette’s website:
A fitting place to note once again my quest to raise $2,000 for cancer research in October when I do Run for the Cure. I’ve already had a couple of donations from Korner readers, along with wonderful emails of support. Any and all contributions are welcome. It’s a great cause, and one close to my heart as my mother recently battled breast cancer and beat it.
Thank you to all for the comments and emails. Keep ‘em coming!
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