This NHL lockout, has been nothing short of devastating, to us Hockey fans. It has been nothing but depressing news in the hockey world, lately. As each day goes by, it becomes more apparent that there just may not be a Hockey season this year. We fans, aren’t the only ones who are upset about the lockout. According to Globe Sports, the great Bobby Orr is pretty upset as well. Bobby Orr was quoted as saying, “It’s a damn shame there is a stoppage. I’m in the business, but I’m also a fan.” He also went on to express his belief that hockey will resume, sooner rather than later. He believes a deal can be made, that would be fair to both sides.
Speaking of Bobby Orr, I don’t know about you, but I’d rather reminisce about the good times, instead of thinking about the possibility of a year without Hockey. So, that’s what I am going to do. Let’s take a walk down ‘memory lane’, shall we?
The Great Bobby Orr:
Bobby Orr, played as defenseman for the Boston Bruins, for 10 years (1966-1976) of