NHL All-Star Passes Away

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March 19, 2018Mar 19, 2018

Sad news has just been released from the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team. It has just been announced that a former NHL All-Star has passed away.

Greg Polis passed away at the age of 67. He was a three-time ALL-Star player during his time playing for the Pittsburg Penguins. 

Polis was drafted by the Penguins in 1970 when his 10-year NHL career began. He then went on to play for St. Louis, Washington, and the New York Rangers.

Throughout his time playing, he scored 343 total points over the span of 615 games. Highlights of his career include winning a Dodge Charger after he was named MVP of the 1973 NHL All-Star game.

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According to reports, Polis also "excelled in handball, attending several Canadian championships" after he retired from hockey.

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Our prayers are with his loved ones during this difficult time. Were you a fan of his? Let us know! In other recent news, a Chick-fil-A cashier is making headlines after what he did when a customer left his change behind.

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